Children’s Books for Women’s History Month

While there are many ways you can go about getting involved in women’s history month and the events surrounding it in March, one of the easiest, most educational, and maybe even one of the most interesting ways to celebrate is through reading books. And what better group of people to get reading and learning about women’s history than young children? See below for a list of some of the best reads for women’s history month:

1. Rad American Women A-Z, by Kate Schatz

2. Betsy Ross by Alexandra Wallner

3. Who Says Women Can’t Be Doctors? by Tanya Lee Stone

4. Miss Moore Thought Otherwise: How Anne Carroll Moore Created Libraries for Children by Jan Pinborough

5. Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride by Pam Muñoz Ryan

Five is undoubtedly not enough when it comes to great children’s books that help celebrate women’s history month. Check this list as well!

Jeff Horton is a Duluth-based educator, superintendent, technology enthusiast, and believer in representation. Learn more @ http://jeffhorton.info/.