Non-Fiction Books about Women for Kids

Non-fiction books about women for kids is an awesome way to demonstrate to my kids that women, despite tough obstacles, have changed the course of history.

Regular readers of Mommy Evolution know how much I love using books as a way to broaden my sons’ understanding of the world. Strong women rock! So jump into these children’s books about women in history.

You can find these non-fiction books about women for kids at your local library or purchase them through the links provided for your convenience.

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Non Fiction Books About Women for Kids

Children’s Stories about Women Who Changed the World

This is the second reading list about amazing book about women here on  Mommy Evolution for Women’s History Month!

books about women - pocahontas princess of the new world; pioneer girl - the story of laura ingalls wilder; let it shine

Non-Fiction Books about Women for Kids


    1. Thanks, Denita. And trust me, I read these books with my boys… they need to appreciate strong women, just like their mama!

    1. I really have loved reading all of these books with my boys. They’re beautiful book and the messages my boys learn from them are invaluable 🙂

  1. These are all great choices but I definitely have to check out Pioneer Girl for my oldest. I grew up with Little House on the Prairie, read all the books and have a big soft spot for Laura Ingalls Wilder! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Share The Wealth Sunday! xoxo

  2. I love this! What a great and thoughtful list and how empowering is this for today’s youngsters! Thanks for linking up to us on Throwback Thursday!


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