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American Girl Series
Celebrate growing up as an American girl with these classic stories. The series has plenty of titles to quench your thirst for quality books about growing up female.

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Celebrate Creative Women
This reading list is dedicated to those who paint, sing, dance, write, and inspire us to be creative. Celebrate Women's History month by sharing these stories with family and friends.

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First Ladies
Read about fabulous First Ladies of the United States. Find out about their lives before, during, and after their time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

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Books About Remarkable Women
Discover girls and women who have carved their own paths and changed history. Read about female daredevils, astronauts, artists, inventors, and more.

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  • Biography in Context  Icon  Icon
    Explore the listing of Notable Women found on the homepage of this database and learn about women from around the world and throughout history. From Florence Nightingale to Oprah Winfrey, view pictures and find out about these women's lives and experiences.
  • Science Online - Includes Science Experiments  Icon  Icon
    Read about female scientists' contributions. Browse Biographies and then click on the box titled "Women in Science."
  • World Book Info Finder  Icon  Icon
    Learn about women throughout history with this collection from World Book. Use the Advanced Biography Finder to read about women who changed the world. Use the drop down menus to select “female,” before you click “Go” and begin your adventure.
 

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