This is a book list that helps both boys and girls know that we can all be heroes!
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Women’s History Month is a time to honor women who have helped shape the world and inspire us with their leadership and heroism. In this eclectic list of new titles, these remarkable women all have one thing in common: adventurous spirits and the willingness to take great risks to make bold discoveries.
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Four excellent books that celebrate women’s history.
5 books that not only acknowledge women’s achievements but celebrate them and empower young girls (our women of the future).
In honor of Women’s History Month, join us in celebrating the lives of strong women by reading one of these fabulous non-fiction picture books.
Amy Novesky is the author of “Elephant Prince;” “Me, Frida” and most recently “Georgia in Hawaii.” A former editor at Chronicle Books, Novesky brings years of experience to her work as both a children’s book editor and author.
Here are activities for getting started on teaching kids about writer’s voice. Shared by Jasmine A. Stirling, author of A MOST CLEVER GIRL.
Carin Berger, The Pen and Ink Brigade’s fearless leader, and Salina Alko, the expert of extras, discuss the art show, how The Pen and Ink Brigade came to be, and what this pink community means to them.
So many women have worked incredibly hard for equality and it is an honor to read about them. Here are 12 inspiring kids books about women who changed the world in their own special way …