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Includes a timeline, statistics, infographics, and an illustrated scientific glossary. Women in Science: Postcards. Includes infographics and a timeline. From Amelia Earhart, pilot and adventurer, to Zora Neal Hurston, writer and anthropologist, children learn about the struggles and triumphs of twenty-six inspiring women of diverse ethnicities. Rarely have female adventurers, daredevils, and rebels been mentioned in history books.
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With striking illustrations and engaging text, What Would She Do? With fun illustrations and one-page biographies, Anthology of Amazing Women tells the fascinating stories of 50 women who excelled in science, sports, the arts, politics, and history. On each double spread, an amazing girl or woman who made history is introduced, from scientists and painters to performers, athletes, and activists, complemented by a famous quote and an original portrait by 60 female artists from around the world.
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With striking illustrations and engaging text, these two books will inspire girls and boys! This stylish new book honours one hundred exceptional women throughout history and around the world, from Nina Simone to Toni Morrison, Kanno Sugako, and many more. Written in a relaxed style that appeals to teenagers, Wonder Women introduces 25 extraordinary women from the fields of science, medicine, espionage, and innovation. The women highlighted in this stunningly illustrated book were bad in the best sense of the word: they challenged the status quo and paved the way for other women.
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Each woman tells her own story and shares her perspective on life, accompanied by a distinctive photograph. With engaging text, each chapter tells the story of the struggles and triumphs of one woman, from Fannie Lou Hamer to Wangari Maathai, from Bessie Coleman to Sonia Sotomayor.
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Children and War provides a historical context for two centuries of children's multi-faceted involvement with war. Skip to content Home history Children and War.
Access this eBook from one of our digital partners. Description Contents Authors Praise "This anthology is breathtaking in its geographic and temporal sweep. It also explores the ways in which planners and policy makers used children to further their own aims and purposes. We all know that war is unhealthy for children; Children and War shows us how and why this is the case. Hawes,author of Children between the Wars "Throughout history, children, who are the least responsible for war, have suffered the most from it.
And the perceptive and wide-ranging essays in this indispensable anthology enable us to understand why. Tuttle Jr.