More Childrens Books about Women — Amazing Women!

Last year I shared some of our favorite childrens books about women for Women’s History Month, but there are just too many fabulous books to get them all in one list.

So I’ve created the 2nd list of favorite books about women in history that I’ve read to my boys… oh yes… my boys! Because boys need to know how fabulous women are, too. For Women’s History Month, now’s the perfect time to read childrens books about women to your kiddos — strong women, smart women!

You can find these children’s books about powerful women at your local library or purchase through the links provided for your convenience.

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More Childrens Books about Women -- Amazing Women!

What’s Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is an annual observance held in March to celebrate and honor the contributions, achievements, and experiences of women throughout history and in contemporary society.

It provides an opportunity to recognize the accomplishments of women in various fields, including politics, science, literature, art, and activism.

Women’s History Month also serves as a platform to raise awareness about gender equality issues, promote women’s rights, and advocate for social change.

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Through events, exhibitions, educational programs and community initiatives, Women’s History Month aims to highlight the significant impact of women and inspire future generations to strive for equality and empowerment. It’s the perfect time to read picture books about women!

Is Women’s History Month International

While Women’s History Month originated in the U.S., it has since been recognized and celebrated in various countries around the world.

The month of March is dedicated to honoring and highlighting the contributions and achievements of women throughout history and in contemporary society.

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Many countries have their own initiatives and events to commemorate Women’s History Month, showcasing the diverse accomplishments of women and advocating for gender equality on a global scale.

Nonfiction Stories about Women

More Childrens Books about Women -- Amazing Women!

My son’s favorite animal is the sea turtle. Naturally his attention was captured by the stories Solving the Puzzle Under the Sea and Life in the Ocean.

And if you’re looking for additional women to celebrate with your kids, read about these amazing women in Even More Children’s Books on Women and 20 African American Children Books About Women.

MORE CHILDRENS BOOKS ABOUT WOMEN

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Like these childrens books about women? Be sure to join my fellow bloggers on Multicultural Kid Blogs who are also highlighting amazing women with kid-focused activities throughout the month.

8 Comments

  1. Yay Jenny! What a great topic.

    having both a daughter and a son i will NEVER understand why women don’t rule the world…but maybe this generation…

    Thanks and love,
    Full Spectrum Mama

    1. We are on the same board for women ruling the world! Can you imagine what we could do?!? And trust me, my boys understand that women rock!

  2. This is such a beautiful and thoughtful post. You’ve clearly put a lot of effort and heart into curating these wonderful works to share with others. I hope many readers will check out these books for their daughters, and sons, too.

    Thanks so much for sharing this at the #TurnItUpTuesday linky party. Please join us again next week. If you leave me a comment with your post number, I’ll be happy to pin & RT it; you’ve got wonderful content! All the best. ?

  3. This is such a beautiful and thoughtful post. You’ve clearly put a lot of effort and heart into curating this list with such a wonderful and inspiring collection. I sincerely hope many readers will check out these works for their daughters, and sons, too.

    Thanks so much for sharing this at the #TurnItUpTuesday linky party. Please join us again next week. If you leave me a comment with your post number, I’ll be happy to pin & RT it; you’ve got wonderful content! All the best. ?

  4. Excellent list, thank you. It makes my heart hurt that we have lost so much ground lately, but maybe books like these will bring up the next generation.

  5. I LOVE this list! Thanks so much for sharing these books. It’s so important for young girls to see great female role models, and I think books are a great way for them to find that. Also, have you read I am Malala? I’m reading it right now and it’s really interesting!

  6. What an amazing list. I should definitely look into these as gifts for my nieces and nephews. Thank you for sharing these with us at Funtastic Friday 🙂

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