History Books By Topic

Learning About Women’s Rights

This post is for sharing “living” or great books on the following history topic:

Women’s Rights

(For the list of all history topics addressed by this blog, click here.)


For Elementary Students:

If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights, by Anne Kamma:

Molly And The Sword, by Robert Shlasko.  This is a beautifully illustrated short picture book about a talented violinist who is told by a violin teacher “I don’t teach girls.”  It is an example of prejudice against women that is overcome by grace and perseverance.  It is also a story about overcoming ethnic prejudice and of course, about the joy of playing the violin.

For High School Students:


What are your favorite history books on this topic? Feel free to share with a comment below.


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