PACKAGES AVAILABLE FOR:  DATA  CAMPAIGN JUMPSTART  CAMPAIGN BOOST

LOADING
 

I'm a Girl. See what I can be! - A Children's Book

In Writing
Funding on Indiegogo  

WATCH THE CAMPAIGN VIDEO

Rewards Singapore

Poems of courage and inspiration about 10 Asian women, illustrated by 10 differently abled artists. -   I’m a Girl. See what I can be! is a series of poems inspired by the stories of unsung ‘sheroines’ that I’ve interviewed over the years on WomenTalk. I wanted to share these inspiring stories in rhymes with girls and boys of all ages.Why did I choose rhymes? I grew up playing the piano and have always loved rhyming for fun because rhythm plays a big part in rhyming. I was hoping to marry both my love for rhythm and story telling, and I feel this is my way of telling the stor ...

Read More


View The Project: https://www.indiegog...-book-books-women

SEE MORE

NEW FEATURED PROJECTS

 

FREE: When you claim it, we'll...

Get Continuous Exposure to
Targeted Backers

Feature your project

for 24 hours on our front page in front of 1,000's of interested backers

Tweet and share

your project to 10's of thousands.
You can retweet it many times over using #TellYourCrowd

Back-Link your project for SEO

You get an invaluable backlink - more visibility on Google etc

Your Project Featured

Feature in our weekly emails to backers interested in your category & feature on the front page

Tweeting & Sharing of Your Project

We tweet & share your project's progress to a wider audience

Project Insights

See clearly what's working
Know more, get more from your crowdfund with analytics and insights into your project

More Inspiration

See what else works for projects like yours
Find out what worked for other successful projects and get some fresh ideas

#TellYourCrowd about:
I'm a Girl. See what I can be! - A Children's Book

thecrowdfundingcenter.com/project/939CX9
Poems of courage and inspiration about 10 Asian women, illustrated by 10 differently abled artists. -   I’m a Girl. See what I can be! is a series of poems inspired by the stories of unsung ‘sheroines’ that I’ve interviewed over the years on WomenTalk. I wanted to share these inspiring stories in rhymes with girls and boys of all ages.Why did I choose rhymes? I grew up playing the piano and have always loved rhyming for fun because rhythm plays a big part in rhyming. I was hoping to marry both my love for rhythm and story telling, and I feel this is my way of telling the storie
AS SEEN IN...

Facebook Login
OR






Forgot your password?