March – Women’s History Month LS/MS
Join the library in celebrating Women’s History month. Look below for books and links to educational resources. As always, feel free to ask the librarians for helping locating materials!
Girls Rock: Amazing Tales of Women in Music – 780.02 TOU
This books celebrates women musicians and the amazing contributions they have made to jazz, rock and roll, country and more!
Ten Queens: Portraits of Women in Power – 920 MEL
Ten different queens from around the world. Read about these powerful women and the countries they ruled, how they gained their thrones and how they kept them.
The Sky’s the Limit: Stories of Discovery by Women and Girls – 500.82 THI
Different tales of girls and women discovering stars and planets, finding ancient bones and artifacts, and unlocking other secrets of science and the world around them.
Girls Rule! Amazing Tales of Female Leaders – 920.72 TOU
Inspiring stories about female leaders from around the world.
The Underground Abductor – GR HAL
Everyone knows about Harriet Tubman, the underground railroad, and how she lead many other African Americans to freedom. But learn even more about this amazing woman and the perils she went through in this graphic novel.
Move aside Zeus! Read the myths and tales concerning these three Greek goddesses, accompanied by beautiful illustrations.
Annie Sullivan and the Trials of Helen Keller – GR LAM
This graphic novel tells the story of Annie Sullivan, the woman who taught Hellen Keller as a child. Together, the two helped changed how the world saw those were who deaf and blind.
A Woman in the House and Senate – 320.9 COO
Learn how the first woman was elected to Congress in 1916, and how ever since, women leaders have been changing history in the United States.
Let It Shine: Stories of Black Women Freedom Fighters – 920 PIN
Learn about the women who fought for their freedom, from Rosa Parks to Shirley Chisholm.
Girls Who Rocked the World: Heroines from Joan of Arc to Mother Teresa – 920 MCC
Read about these wonderful women who changed the world around them. Leaders, scientists, artists, pioneers of fashion, learn how they made their mark on history.
I am Malala – 921 YOU
Malala, a young girl living in Pakistan, was determined to got to school no matter what the Taliban said. For standing up for what she believed in, she was shot. Learn more about her miraculous survival and her bravery in this book.
Untamed: The Wild Life of Jane Goodall – 921 GOO
Jane Goodall dedicated her life to science and conservation, making incredible discoveries. Read about her exciting life and her experiences in jungles and studying chimpanzees.