Chelsea Clinton appeared on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 to promote her new children's Book, "She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History." The book features and celebrates 13 legendary women, in different areas and with different backgrounds, who did not give up in the face of adversity. Instead, they continued to fight for their causes. This was a good time for Clinton to be on the show promoting this book because March is Women's History Month.

"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts interviewed Clinton about the book and heard her talk briefly about some of the 13 women she included.

There were a lot of children in the audience who were allowed to ask questions. Two young girls asked powerful questions to which Clinton told them they were on their way to greatness by being on television and asking questions about their future.

About the books

Readers might be confused because this is the second Chelsea Clinton's book with similar titles. On May 30, 2017, Clinton released the book, "She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World." On March 6, 2018, she released her children's book, "She Persisted Around the World: 13 Women Who Changed History." As you can see, the titles are very much alike.

However, the second book is for children.

The author and her illustrator, Alexandra Boiger have been praised for their work on both books. Boiger changed the cover on the second book to include a diversity of children unlike the diversity of women on the cover of the first book. The artwork inside the book goes along with the text that shows readers of all ages that they have the power to succeed.

Message in the books

The children's book has a similar message to the original book for adults.

Because women have followed their dreams to make a difference in the world, Clinton wants children to know they can do the same. She emphasizes in the companion book that it doesn't matter what area someone is interested in, the idea is not to give up. The 38-year-old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says it doesn't matter if the person's dream is to succeed in sports, math, science, or the arts.

Because Clinton's first book was a bestseller, her publishers are expecting the same for the companion book. Clinton seems to think so as well. What about you? Do you believe her second book will be as successful as her first one?