Adventures in Literacy Land: Women's History Month

Showing posts with label Women's History Month. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Women's History Month. Show all posts

5 Great Books for Women's History Month

Hello, Royal Readers!  It's Andrea from Reading Toward the Stars here today with some books to help you start planning for next month ~ Women's History Month!

Last month, Deniece from This Little Piggy Reads highlighted some great books for Black History Month, so I thought it would be fitting to highlight some fun books for Women's History Month, which is in March.

I love biographies, and these Time for Kids biographies are perfect for many young readers.  They pictures are great and really show a lot about the person.  How can you go wrong?
This book A is for Abigail has a great deal of information about various women in history.  Students will love the short blurbs of information that will help them want to learn more about some amazing women in history!
This book about Amelia Earhart is perfect for introducing young readers to a heroic woman in history.  I love that they even have one about Lucille Ball as well!  I love Lucy!
For older readers, the Who Is/Was books are perfect for them.  This one about Jane Goodall helps transitional readers understand her life.  There are plenty others in this series as well.
I have never read this one, but it looks very intriguing! Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women highlights the accomplishments of many women inventors.  What a great way to get young girls to think scientifically!
I hope this short list has gotten you excited about Women's History Month.  It sure has gotten me excited!  I would love some other great book recommendations.  What are some other books you like to use for Women's History Month?