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Kay Woodward - What Would She Do?

What Would She Do?

25 True Stories of Trailblazing Rebel Women

Author: Kay Woodward; Illustrator: Various

  • AGES 8 - 12 
  • Genre Biography and Autobiography
Covering twenty five diverse women from early world leaders to modern day heroes, What Would She Do? is an inspiring and empowering illustrated guide for today's budding young feminists.
From Cleopatra to Amelia Earhart, Emma Watson to Malala Yousafzai, women have dared to defy stereotypes and have broken barriers for centuries. In the vein of bestselling titles like Rad American Women A-Z and Women in Science, What Would She Do? is an inspirational illustrated journey across the globe featuring 25 women who changed the course of history and paved the way for today's female leaders. Beautifully illustrated portraits by some of today's most exciting contemporary artists bring each woman to life, while informative and compelling text helps make their stories relatable to young girls today. These rebel women not only accomplished great things, but overcame the same issues that girls all over the world still face: inequality, gender stereotyping, body shaming, bullying, and more. With the recent success of feminist books for young readers, What Would She Do? is a timely and essential addition to our nonfiction list.