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Women's History Month: Non-fiction Books

Non-fiction books

Amelia to Zora: Twenty-six Women Who Changed the World By Chin-Lee

A is for Abigail : an almanac of amazing American women By Cheney

Breaking barriers : the Feminist revolution, from Susan B. Anthony to Margaret Sanger to Betty Friedan By Archer

Elizabeth Blackwell : first woman doctor By Greene

Elizabeth Blackwell : first woman doctor

Elizabeth Cady Stanton: the Fight for Women's Rights

First Ladies Women Who Called the White House Home By Gormley

Girls Think of Everything By Thimmesh

Girls think of everything : stories of ingenious inventions by women By Thimmesh

Girls who rocked the world : heroines from Joan of Arc to Mother Teresa By McCann

Girls who rocked the world : heroines from Sacagawea to Sheryl Swoopes By Welden

Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin By Bloom

In Disguise By Hunter

Lives of Extraordinary Women By Krull

Nobel Prize women in science : their lives, struggles, and momentous discoveries By McGrayne

Patriots in Petticoats By Redmond

Pocahontas and the early colonies By Trumbauer

Rabble Rousers: 20 Women Who Made a Difference By Harness

Remember the Ladies: 100 Great American Women By Cott

Revolutionary Women (In More Ways than One)

Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement By DeGezelle

Rosie the Riveter: Women in World War II By Price

Scholastic encyclopedia of women in the United States By Keenan

Susan B. Anthony and the Women's Movement By DeGezelle

The New York Public Library Amazing Women in American History: a Book of Answers for Kids By Heinemann

Visions Stories about Women Artists By Sills

Women Daredevils: Thrills, Chills and Frills By Cummins

Women Explorers: Perils, Pistols and Petticoats By Cummins

Women in Space Who Changed the World By Gueldenpfennig

Women Inventors who Changed the World By Braun

Women Want the Vote!

Women Who Changed Things By Peavy

Women's Right to Vote By World Book

You Wouldn't Want to be a Suffragist: a Protest Movement that's Rougher than you Expected By MacDonald