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Women’s History Month Blog-a-Thon

Is this all you learned about women’s history when you were a kid?

As catchy a tune as it is, there are so many more stories to be told about women and their contributions. And throughout this month the children’s literature blogosphere is going to tell a few!

Each day in March a kid lit blogger will be posting about women’s history: recommending books, sharing stories, and educating a new generation about sisters who fought the good fight.

Click on over to Kid Lit Celebrates Women’s History Month for the full schedule of participating bloggers.

And check out these Chronicle books that tell the stories of remarkable women.

Prisoners in the Palace: How Princess Victoria became Queen with the Help of Her Maid, a Reporter, and a Scoundrel
By Michaela MacColl
Intrigue and romance surround teenage Princess Victoria in the year before she became queen.

Wideness and Wonder: The Art and Life of Georgia O’Keeffe
By Susan Goldman Rubin
Beautifully illustrated biography of one of the world’s most influential artists.

Promise the Night
By Michaela MacColl
Record-setting aviator Beryl Markham’s adventurous childhood in turn-of-the-century Africa.

Lara Starr
Publicity, Children and Teens

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