Student Testimonials

My teacher told me to read 3 stories from Wonder Girls for our lessons, but I went ahead and read the entire book because I loved the book. Wonder Girls has inspired me to think seriously about my studies and my career. I have learnt the importance of having passion and grit to achieve what you want. I aspire to be a homeopathic or a general physician doctor when I grow up and Wonder Girls has inspired me to study and work harder. The second chapter of Neurosurgeon Vasundhara Ranjan is my favourite. She is my role model.”

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Huma Zharheen

Grade 10 student, iTeach (RSM)

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Sourabh Nikam

Grade 10 student, iTeach (RSM)

“I was really inspired by the struggles the girls face throughout Wonder Girls and the way they fought to achieve success. It made me want to pursue my own goals with more determination. What I have learnt from the book is that there are many uncommon things I can do and still be really successful. Reading the book was a great experience for me.”

“I love Wonder Girls because at first I used to think that girls can’t do anything but after reading the book I changed my mind. I used to think why a book of all girls instead of boys? But Wonder Girls helped me change my mind. I am truly inspired by the women featured in Wonder Girls.”

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Shubham Khilare

Grade 10 student, iTeach (RSM)

A school leader talks about Wonder Girls

Teach Wonder Girls

Educate your students about diverse career paths and the choices that exist in the world. Empower girls with confidence and leadership skills by giving them access to real and relatable role models. Enable boys with empathy and sensitivity needed for survival in today’s world.​

“A practical way in which books can change the world is that they become part of the classroom and they get taught. A book allows for a subject to be pursued in depth. We can all react to news and social media instinctively, but a book allows for a much deeper examination and reflection. It allows for a dialogue and a conversation not just with the author, but with yourselves. 

We hope Wonder Girls will create a space where a girl can put up her hand in a classroom and say, ‘I want to become a dentist but how do I persuade my father to allow me.’ Wonder Girls looks at the ecosystem in which success can take place. Reading Wonder Girls in classrooms creates a safe space for dialogue among all the stakeholders involved in a person’s success.”

Aparna Piramal Raje, Sponsor, Wonder Girls Classroom Programs