Children’s Books to Celebrate Women’s History Month

Let’s celebrate Women’s History Month with diverse storybooks! Check out some of these books with children to learn about the many, different things that women have done to make change in the arts, sports, community, and media. Uplift the many achievements and accomplishments from inspirational women on every page

1. Finding my Dance, by Ria Thundercloud and Kalila J. Fuller 

2. Jump at the Sun: The True Life Tale of Unstoppable Storycatcher Zora Neale Hurston, by Alicia D. Williams 

3. Marvelous Mabel: Figure Skating Superstar, by Crystal Hubbard and Alleanna Harris 

4. Planting Stories: The Life of Librarian and Storyteller Pura Belpré, by Anika Aldamuy Denise and Paola Escobar  

5. Swimming Toward a Dream: Yusra Mardini’s Incredible Journey from Refugee to Olympic Swimmer, by Reem Faruqi  

6. To Boldly Go: How Nichelle Nichols and Star Trek Helped Advance Civil Rights, by Angela Dalton 

 

After you are finished reading, ask a child in your life, “What is something new that you learned about women’s contributions to the world?, In what way, big or small, did women change history?” and “How did they set the stage for other people after them?” 

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