There’s plenty of notes and side stories that didn’t make the book. Lucky for you, there’s the website.
Well-behaved women seldom make history.Rejected Princesses celebrates those who did. Part art project, part standup routine, part book report, this site imagines what if we made animated musicals about the women of history and myth who refused to behave.
Rejected Princesses is not for kids. Unless your kid is awesome.
Proving RP is ahead of its time, two previous entries have just gotten their own TV series and a movie released in America!
In 1921, when Afghanistan sent its first delegation to the USA, it didn’t get an audience – because there was another one there, unbeknownst to them. What follows gets weird.
With the emperor growing old and the lines of succession murky, some Japanese are looking to a woman for their next emperor.
“If any of you would like to join us … the real-life Q is looking forward to meeting you and I’m pleased to report that the real-life Q is a woman.”
One of the most dangerous spies in WW2 was one-legged Virginia Hall (and her wooden leg Cuthbert) — and she’s now getting a movie, starring Daisy Ridley!