In anticipation of Women’s History Month in March, here are some recent picture books about revolutionary women to inspire the future and encourage young readers to see possibility.
Browsing: American History
Join us on this virtual book tour for Finding Family Treasure by award-winning authors K. I. Knight (also a genetic genealogist) and Jane R. Wood!
Heather Alexander is the author of over 40 books for children, both fiction and non-fiction. Only In America is her latest book.
By depicting and celebrating a character on the autism spectrum and validating his way of seeing the world, Peter and Pepe the Puffin and the Mystery of the Dollar Bill offers a positive and empowering role model for all children, as well as an illuminating history lesson about money.
In this episode of the Growing Readers Podcast, I talk with Sharice Davids, one of the first Native American women elected to Congress and the first LGBTQ congressperson to represent Kansas. We discuss Sharice’s Big Voice: How a Native Kid Becomes a Congresswoman.
This volume would make a great classroom aid, but Saving Dr. Warren … A True Patriot is also a riveting read for historical fiction enthusiasts.
Writing Boycotts, Strikes, and Marches during such a turbulent time brought home to me the Civil Rights Era’s realities like nothing else.
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!
Go West! explores the history of the railway in North American from 1830 to the present, at the same time taking readers on an exciting journey west across this vast continent.
We Are Not Yet Equal directly engages the passion and enthusiasm demonstrated by so many young people in the past few years.