There are a plethora of Women's History Month children's books. I am including some titles. Let us know if you have read any of these books and if you have any recommendations.
Women's History Month celebrates the accomplishments of women like Amelia Earhart, Rosa Parks, and Eleanor Roosevelt. The following recommended poetry, biography, and fiction books for kids ages 0-9 will inspire boys and girls alike to dream and dare.
Amelia and Eleanor Go for a RideTwo well known women sneak away from the White House for an aerial adventure in this handsomely illustrated story based on real people. Though fictionalized, readers will appreciate the common interests and similar personality traits of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
America's Champion Swimmer: Gertrude EderleTrudy Ederle loved to swim and was determined to be the best. Through hard work and determination she became the first woman to swim the English Channel.
Author: A True StoryBy sharing her own struggles as a child and later as a successful author, Helen Lester demonstrates that hurdles are part of the process. She uses her unique ability to laugh at her mistakes to create both a guide for young writers and an amusing personal story of the disappointments and triumphs of a writer's life.
Betsy RossAn easy to read biography of the woman who made the first American flag.
Fly High! The Story of Bessie ColemanBessie Coleman grew up picking cotton in Texas, but she aimed high — soaring into history as the first African American woman aviator. Her riveting story is told in inviting, rhythmic language and engaging illustration.
Henry's First Moon BirthdayJen helps her Chinese-American family get ready for the traditional celebration of her brother Henry’s one-month birthday. Lively, stylized illustrations move the story at a quick pace to its satisfying conclusion.
Honey I Love and Other PoemsA collection of poetry conveys the joys of a young girl.
I Am Rosa ParksThe famous civil rights activist Rosa Parks has simplified her autobiography for young readers in this Puffin Easy to Read book. She describes how she was arrested for not giving up her bus seat and shows that her personal role was part of a wider political struggle.
Minty: A Story of Young Harriet TubmanThis beautifully written book, illustrated by four-time Caldecott Honor recipient Jerry Pinkney, makes the story of Harriet Tubman's childhood accessible to very young readers. As a young slave nicknamed Minty, Harriet Tubman was a feisty and stubborn girl with a dream of escape, and a rebellious spirit that often got her into trouble. Pinkney's expressive illustrations bring every emotion to brilliant life – from troubled sorrow to spirited hope for freedom.
Remember the Ladies: 100 Great American Women
They have come in all colors and sizes and times throughout American history and their impact is still felt. Meet 100 interesting, diverse women whose contributions range from helping people escape injustice to creating fashion. Portraits accompany each engaging biographical essay.