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I’m all about girl power around here, which is why when DC Entertainment contacted me about their new DC Super Hero Girls cartoon, I was more than happy to spread the word. My kids may be a little too old for cartoons these days, but I still love to see empowering female figures in the media especially for young girls. I feel it’s crucial to expose our daughters and sons early on to strong, capable, smart female characters especially as main characters so they realize the full potential and power of girls and women and understand they’re not less important, ancillary characters just used for support.
That’s why I’m so pleased DC is launching the Super Hero Girls animated series this month featuring a whole host of dynamic female characters featuring an array of personalities from strong and fearless to edgy and fun. With a large, diverse cast of characters from Wonder Woman and Supergirl to Bumble Bee and Katana, there’s a relatable character for everyone. Set in school, the series features girls on their journey to discover the power of their unique abilities and friendships. In Super Hero High the girls “master their super powers, brain power, and will power to become the Super Heroes of tomorrow.” If that doesn’t sound worthwhile and inspiring, I can’t help you.
The show is filled with action-packed girl power with girls who actually look like girls. The characters are also fully clothed, which is a nice bonus. If that’s what you’re looking for for your kids then this is the show for you. Plus, the DC Super Hero Girls YouTube channel makes it super easy for busy parents perpetually on the go with the favorite characters on-demand and from any device so you can keep your kids busy on line at the food store, at your other kid’s basketball practice, waiting for a table at a restaurant, where ever you may roam. Check out their YouTube video right here.
And, for even more fun, there’s the website where kids can learn about the characters, play games, download free printable activities, and more.
Now for the giveaway. Enter to win below and good luck!
This is a sponsored post, but I believe in girl power and giveaways, which is why I’m doing it.
You know what else is full of girl power? My book. I STILL JUST WANT TO PEE ALONE is the third installment in The New York Times best-selling series from some of the funniest women on the web. Get it on Amazon, Kindle, iTunes and Barnes and Noble. I will love you forever.
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