[BHE 206] Fearless Females in Juvenile Nonfiction (Part 2 of 2)

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Fats here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that have found their way into our shelves either from libraries, book shops – or simply landed into our mailboxes.

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Poster done by Iphigene

As promised, here is the second part of non-fiction picture books featuring fearless females in history. If you missed the first part, check it out here.

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Emily Carr: At the Edge of the World by Jo Ellen Bogart and Maxwell Newhouse
Four Pictures by Emily Carr by Nicholas Debon

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Tallchief: America’s Prima Ballerina by Maria Tallchief, Rosemary Wells, and Gary Kelley
Swan: The Life and Dance of Anna Pavlova by Laurel Snyder and Julie Morstad

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Swing Sisters: The Story of the International Sweethearts of Rhythm by Karen Deans and Joe Cepeda

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Flying Solo: How Ruth Elder Soared into America’s Heart by Julie Cummins and Malene R. Laugesen
Fly High: The Story of Bessie Coleman by Louise Borden, Mary Kay Kroeger, and Teresa Flavin

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Soar, Elinor! by Tami Lewis Brown and Francois Roca

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Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride by Pam Muñoz Ryan and Brian Selznick

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For the Right to Learn: Malala Yousafzai’s Story by Rebecca Langston-George and Janna Brock
Malala Yousafzai: Warrior with Words by Karen Leggett Abouraya and L.C. Wheatley

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Girls Rule!: Amazing Tales of Female Leaders by Shelley Tougas and Julie Novkov
Girls Rebel!: Amazing Tales of Women Who Broke the Mold by Heather E. Schwartz and Julie Novkov

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Girls Rock!: Amazing Tales of Women in Music by Shelley Tougas
Girls Race!: Amazing Tales of Women in Sports by Kathy Allen and Yolanda L. Jackson

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If you know of more juvenile non-fiction books that feature amazing women, do let us know! We appreciate it!

1 Comment on [BHE 206] Fearless Females in Juvenile Nonfiction (Part 2 of 2)

  1. Great selection!! (I tried to click on your link to part one, but it didn’t take me anywhere, by the way.) My kids really liked “You Forgot Your Skirt, Amelia Bloomer!” by Shana Corey.

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