Women’s history

Children’s Book Review: Rosie Stronger than Steel by Lindsay Ward

Rosie is a tractor made by women during WWII. She works hard to support the troops during the war just like the women the men left at home. An inspiring and education picture book for kids.
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Children’s Book Review: The Book of Queens by Stephanie Warren Drimmer

A complete collection of women who ruled countries, companies, sports, TV, and several other areas are are considered Queens from the prolific publisher, National Geographic.
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Children’s Book Review: Home of the Brave by Brooke Khan

Read about the lives of remarkable individuals who came to America and did amazing things.
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Children’s Book Review: American Trailblazers by Lisa Trusiani

Kids from all backgrounds and interests will find someone in this book to be inspired by.
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Children’s Book Review: I Am A Wonder Woman By Ellen Bailey

I AM A WONDER WOMAN Inspiring Activities to Try – Incredible Women to Discover By: Ellen Bailey Illustrated by: Lauren Farnsworth and Sophie Beer Published: September 18, 2018 Publisher: Portable Press Non-Fiction This book was made for middle-grade and older readers to inspire them to learn about the histories of important women that have done…
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Children’s Book Review: Remember the Ladies By Callista Gingrich

REMEMBER THE LADIES By: Callista Gingrich Illustrated by: Susan Arciero Published: October 10, 2017 Publisher: Regnery Kids Non-Fiction Ellis the Elephant loves to learn about important moments in our history. In previous books, he has learned about the Pilgrims and the Presidents as well as many other events. Now he is sharing all he learned…
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Book Review: Women Heroes of World War I By Kathryn J. Atwood

WOMEN HEROES OF WORLD WAR I 16 Remarkable Resisters, Soldiers, Spies, and Medics By: Kathryn J. Atwood Published: June 1, 2014 Publisher: Chicago Review Press Non-Fiction/Historical Non-Fiction As Women’s History Month comes to a close, I have been thrilled to have the opportunity to read about women who did great things to leave a mark…
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Children’s Book Review: Motor Girls By Sue Macy

MOTOR GIRLS How Women Took the Wheel and Drove Boldly into the Twentieth Century By: Sue Macy Published: February 7, 2017 Publisher: National Geographic Society Non-Fiction In the late 1800’s, what began as horseless carriages or motor cars that held a driver and maybe one passenger with them exposed to the elements has led to…
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