Women's History Month Books

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Women's History Month Books

It's time for some Women's History! The following collection of books celebrates past and present women who have shaped the world!

Women's History: Books that celebrate women of the past and present! 

It's time to celebrate the amazing women who have contributed to humanity!  

Below, we have compiled a collection of books that will make your children want to know more about the heroines of the past and present.  

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World 

This book has been written by Kate Pankhurst, the daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst, and it narrates the lives of several incredible women who contribute to developments in fields from science to women's rights.   

This book is very interactive with fun illustrations that will make your children enjoy reading the stories of these amazing women.  

This book is recommended to children aged from 7 to 9. 

Little Women 

A classic piece of literature which will enthral any reader who loves adventure. Girls will enjoy learning about the March sisters, each with a very different personality, and their adventures.  

Louisa May Alcott's novel makes children understand the troubles that come along with sickness but also how to face what life throws at them with enthusiasm like little Jo does.  

This novel is recommended to girls aged 9 to 11.  

Stories of Women in the 1960s: Fighting for Freedom 

This non-fiction story narrates a period in which women were struggling to be recognised by society and were pushing the norms.   

This book will make children understand that many of the rights that women enjoyed did not exist several decades ago. Learning about the past will make them better understand the issues of today.  

Recommended for children aged 11 and above.  


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