There are several shows being faired featured on PBS for women’s history month. The above link shows several of the shows. They show Josephine Baker, Hedy Lamarr, and many others. The lineup is worth checking out.
I love the message in this comic. There are all types of love. You are loved.
Way to go, Tabitha King!
I thought that the above linked article would be appropriate for women’s history month this month. It shows how far we’ve come since the days of using a twilight sleep during childbirth.
I really enjoyed this book. When I first heard of it, I thought it was just another biography. Not at all! It’s the story of a truly fascinating woman who lived an amazing life. She went on to invent something that helps us daily. Either part of her story would be very interesting, but she has three really different parts to her life that make her story truly amazing.
I would recommend this book to multiple groups. The WW2 buffs would enjoy it. The readers who like old Hollywood stories would enjoy it. People interested in women’s history would find it interesting, too, especially those interested in scientists.
For Women’s history month, the author of the above linked article came up with postcards reminding people to thank a feminist for the rights they have. Some of them are basic rights, and some are more complex. But, think about it and thank a feminist today. Happy Women’s History Month!
This was written clearly and in a way that children can understand. It tells about a very important time in United States history. It discusses segregation in a factual way that makes it clear while things were difficult for these women.
I enjoyed the book, but I do think it is written for older children to read to themselves.
According to the above linked article, the first Rosie the Riveter passed away this week. It’s kind of fitting that it’s during Women’s History Month.
The dolls shown in the above linked article were designed for black history month. I haven’t seen the movie they were based on, but they look great!