Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month! Discover these inspiring children’s titles about the remarkable women who have and continue to make their mark in the world!

Geography and History

Madam C. J. Walker

Madam C. J. Walker’s skill as a businesswoman and desire to create products for black women drove her to become the first black female millionaire. While improving women’s lives with her… More →

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Social Studies

Influential First Ladies

Whereas the president is elected by Americans, the First Lady is not. She has no official role in the politics of the nation yet still has an undeniable influence during her tenure. Immerse… More →

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High Interest

Top 10 Women Athletes

Who’s Number 1? It’s every sports fan’s biggest question. In Top 10 Women Athletes, readers get a chance to meet stars from tennis, track, skiing, basketball, and more—then it’s up to them… More →

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Geography and History

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks played an instrumental role in the integration of Montgomery, Alabama, buses, and in the reemergence of the black community’s fight for equal rights. Referred to as the ‘mother of… More →

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Spring '20 High Interest

Women's Professional Basketball

Women’s professional basketball has grown significantly in popularity, and the talent within the WNBA is exceptional! Titles in this series explore all key aspects of the WNBA, including… More →

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Geography and History

Condoleezza Rice

As an influential leader in U.S. politics, Condoleezza Rice became one of the foremost authorities on the Soviet Union during the Cold War and served in advisory roles for two presidents. Her… More →

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Geography and History

Mary McLeod Bethune

Throughout her life, Mary McLeod Bethune worked tirelessly to increase women’s opportunities, from education to the military to the right to vote. Her activism led her to the White House as a… More →

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