Book Of The Week: What I Told My Daughter

KCPL North-East branch team member: Phyllis Hernandez, Library Assistant

Book of Choice:
“What I Told My Daughter: Lessons from leaders on raising the next generation of empowered women” Edited by Nina Tassler with Cynthia Littleton 

Book Description:
Entertainment Executive Nina Tassler has gathered a collection of uplifting reflections from a group of diverse and highly accomplished women. They share their personal advice they’ve given their own daughters.

Why did you choose this book? “This book is a wonderful collection of advice and inspiration from some of the most powerful women in history,” said Hernandez. “They describe the obstacles they’ve overcome. Their compassion for others is clearly what encourages these women to persevere. Sharing this book with my own daughters during this difficult time has allowed them to stay positive. We are facing one of the most difficult times in history. As women, it’s important to continue to uplift and encourage each other! We can and will make a difference!”

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