March is National Women's History Month. You can learn about more than a dozen female trailblazers in science, art, law, politics, and sports by listening to these video storytimes. We have two featured videos today. The first is called Equality's Call, by Deborah Diesen, illustrated by Magdalena Mora. It is the story of the history of voting rights in the United States from our nation's founding until today. The story is read by National Women's History Museum Ambassador, actress Logan Browning. The second story is I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark, by Debbie Levy, illustrated by Elizabeth Baddeley. It is the story of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The story is read aloud by United States Second Gentleman, Douglas Emhoff.
To hear even more stories about amazing women, just click on a book cover to hear another story!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Trailblazing Women in Art
You can find many booklists created by IndyPL staff about women's history here.
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Choose a fun book below to help kids learn about women's history and get inspired to make a difference! IndyPL_HeidiH
Short biographies of amazing women with fun illustrations. Geared toward grades 2-6.
Really beautiful illustrations with stories of how 20 female scientists got their starts in a variety of STEM fields. Grades 2-6
Lovely mixed media illustrations and poems in interesting text layouts. Grades K-3