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Empower Young Minds: Our Inspiring Book List for Women's History Month!

March is not just a month; it's a celebration of strength, resilience, and the extraordinary contributions of women throughout history. As we honor the women in our lives, join us in fostering inspiration and empowerment in today's children. Dive into our carefully curated selection of incredible books, each crafted to share stories that not only captivate but also shape the leaders of tomorrow.





Think Big, Little One

by Vashti Harrison (Author)


Featuring eighteen women creators, ranging from writers to inventors, artists to scientists, Think Big, Little One introduces trailblazing women like Mary Blair, an American modernist painter who had a major influence on how color was used in early animated films, environmental activist Wangari Maathai, and architect

Zaha Hadid.




Girls Can Do Anything

by Caryl Hart (Author) &

Ali Pye (Illustrator)


One size definitely does not fit all in this book: charming depictions of girls being scruffy or fancy, neat or messy, and everything in between are explored and celebrated, because each girl is unique and unlike all others. Empower young girls everywhere and let them know that being told "you're such a girl" is the greatest compliment of all!





A Is for Awesome!: 23 Iconic Women Who Changed

the World

by Eva Chen (Author) &

Derek Desierto (Illustrator)


Why stick with plain old A, B, C when you can have Amelia (Earhart), Malala, Tina (Turner), Ruth (Bader Ginsburg), all the way to eXtraordinary You―and the Zillion of adventures you will go on?




I am Strong: A Little Book About Rosa Parks

by Brad Meltzer (Author) &


This friendly, fun biography series focuses on the traits that made our heroes great--the traits that kids can aspire to in order to live heroically themselves. In this new board book format, the very youngest readers can learn about one of America's icons in the series's signature lively, conversational way.




ABC for Me: ABC What Can

She Be?

by Sugar Snap Studio (Author) &

Jessie Ford (Author)


ABC What Can She Be? explores 26 different career paths, including engineer, writer, neurosurgeon, software engineer, and pilot. Each page introduces a letter of the alphabet with bright artwork and highlights a career that is fun, challenging, and makes a big impact in its own way. These 26 careers are just some of the things she can be!




Strong Girl, Strong Girl: You Were Meant to Be

by Heather Lean (Author) &

Nino Aptsiauri (Illustrator)


In Strong Girl, Strong Girl, young girls will be inspired by the positive self-affirmations that will encourage them to love themselves, never quit on their dreams, and to be proud of who they are. Read this book to your daughters every day to remind them that they can be anything they want to be.





I Can Do Hard Things

by Gabi Garcia (Author) &

Charity Russell (Illustrator)


What kids tell themselves matters! It becomes their inner voice. It helps them connect with their power within. Help your child learn to tap into their inner strength and resilience when challenges arise.







Mulan

by Campbell Books (Author)


Mulan is the perfect introduction for young children to this classic tale. Push, pull and turn mechanisms bring the story of Mulan and her brave adventure to life. This well-loved tale is beautifully imagined for a

new generation.








Fantastically Great Women Who Made History

by Kate Pankhurst (Author)


Travel through the Underground Railroad with the brave and courageous Harriet Tubman, turn the pages of the hauntingly brilliant Frankenstein with the incredibly talented Mary Shelley and prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey through history with these and many other remarkable women.





The Girls

by Lauren Ace (Author) &

Jenny Løvlie (Illustrator)


Four little girls meet under an apple tree and form a bond that grows as they share secrets, dreams, worries and schemes. This beautifully illustrated tale charts the girls' lives through ups and downs and laughter and tears. Find out how their friendship flourishes as the years pass by and the girls become women.

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