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Books for children and teens to explore strikes, activism, feminism, International Women's Day, and A Day Without a Woman. #beboldforchange #ADayWithoutAWoman

23 items

Brave girl

written by Michelle Markel ; illustrated by Melissa Sweet. |

Grace for president

written by Kelly DiPucchio ; pictures by LeUyen Pham. |

The paper bag princess

story, Robert N. Munsch ; illustrations, Michael Martchenko. |

Claudette Colvin

by Phillip Hoose. |

Kids on strike!

Susan Campbell Bartoletti. |

Changes for Rebecca

by Jacqueline Dembar Greene ; illustrations, Robert Hunt ; vignettes, Susan McAliley. |

Lights, camera, Rebecca!

by Jacqueline Dembar Greene. |

Bread and roses, too

Katherine Paterson. |

Students on strike

by John A. Stokes with Lois Wolfe and Herman Viola. |

Voice of freedom

Carole Boston Weatherford ; illustrated by Ekua Holmes. |

The sheep go on strike

written and illustrated by Jean-Franðcois Dumont ; [translated by Leslie Mathews]. |


by Penny Colman. |

Sâi, se puede! =

written by Diana Cohn ; illustrated by Francisco Delgado ; essay & poem by Luis J. Rodrâiguez. |

Marching with Aunt Susan

written by Claire Rudolf Murphy ; illustrated by Stacey Schuett. |

When Penny met POTUS

by Rachel Ruiz ; illustrated by Melissa Manwill. |

A is for activist

Innosanto Nagara. |

I dissent

written by Debbie Levy ; illustrated by Elizabeth Baddeley. |

Dolores Huerta

by Robin S. Doak. |

Dolores Huerta

by Sarah E. Warren ; illustrated by Robert Casilla. |

Dolores Huerta

Richard Worth. |

What I told my daughter

edited by Nina Tassler, with Cynthia Littleton. |


Katherine Paterson. |