Who Was/Is ...? Famous Women -10 Books

Item: 307807

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Examine The Lives Of Women Who Have Made A Difference

Learn about the lives and eras of famous women of the past and present. Maya Angelou became San Francisco’s first black, female streetcar operator; Abigail Adams, as first lady, advocated for equal education in public schools for both boys and girls; and Malala Yousafzai, at the age of 17, became the youngest Nobel laureate. This best-selling series conveys the significance of these important women through compelling text, interesting anecdotes, and black-and- white illustrations. Includes a timeline of the individual and a concurrent one of the world.
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Amelia Earhart
Eleanor Roosevelt
Harriet Tubman
Helen Keller
Malala Yousafzai
Michelle Obama
Abigail Adams
Hillary Clinton
Jacqueline Kennedy
Maya Angelou
Grades: 3-7
Reading Levels:
Guided Reading Level: N
Lexile: 840
  • 10 softcover books
    Size: 5¼" by 7⅝"
    104–106 pages each

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