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[BHE 346] Library Loot Of Books About (Mostly) Girls and Women By Women

More women-themed titles! :)


Myra here.

We have just recently launched our reading theme for january-march this year. Since we are doing a year-long feature of Women Reading Women, these books naturally fit right into this – and hopefully, alongside our Warrior Women: The Woman Leads the Struggle – Female Voices and Social Justice in Literature reading theme.

Library Loot

Women In Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed The World by Rachel Ignotofsky, Women In Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played To Win by Rachel Ignotofsky.

Rudas: Niño’s Horrendous Hermanitas by Yuyi Morales, Maple And Willow Together by Lori Nichols.

Am I There Yet? by Mari Andrew, Threads by Torill Kove.

Wherever You Go by Pat Zietlow Miller and Illustrated by Eliza Wheeler, Door by JiHyeon Lee.

Cinderstella: A Tale Of Planets Not Princes by Brenda S. Miles and Susan D. Sweet and Illustrated by Valeria Docampo, Hillary Rodham Clinton: Some Girls Are Born To Lead by Michelle Markel and Illustrated by LeUyen Pham.

What A Wonderful Word: A Collection Of Untranslatable Words From Around The World by Nicola Edwards and Luisa Uribe, Girls Think Of Everything: Stories Of Ingenious Inventions By Women by Catherine Thimmesh and Illustrated by Melissa Sweet.

Not A Muse: The Inner Lives Of Women edited by Kate Rogers and Viki Holmes, She Walks In Beauty: A Woman’s Journey Through Poems by Caroline Kennedy.

Do you have any suggestions for our current reading theme? We will be happy to hear them. Share them with us in the Comments section.


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