Kaiser, Lisbeth. Emmeline Pankhurst. Illus. by Ana Sanfelippo. 2017. Unpaged. Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, $14.99 (9781786030207). PreS-Gr.3.
Emmeline Pankhurst, a political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement, fought for women to get the vote.
Jensen, Kelly. Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World. 2017. 240p. Algonquin Young Readers, $16.95 (9781616205867). Gr. 9-up.
Forty-four writers, performers and artists contribute essays, lists, poems, comics, and illustrations in this modern, intersectional feminist collection. An inclusive and diverse anthology and guide to contemporary feminism.
Wallmark, Laurie. Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code. Illus. by Katy Wu. 2017. 48p. Sterling, $16.95 (9781454920007). Gr. 1-4.
The inspiring story of Grace Hopper, a trailblazing woman who revolutionized computer science.
Cooper, Brittney C., Susana M. Morris and Robin M. Boylorn. The Crunk Feminist Collection. 2017. 322p. The Feminist Press at CUNY, $24.95 (9781558619432). Gr. 10-up.
A collection of feminist essays on race, sex, gender, pop culture, politics, and friendship.
Fullerton, Alma. Hand Over Hand. Illus. by Renné Benoit. 2017. 24p. Second Story Press, $16.95 (9781772600155). PreS-Gr. 3.
Nina finally convinces her grandfather to take her fishing with him, even though many say “a boat is no place for a girl.”
Robbins, Dean. Margaret and the Moon. Illus. by Lucy Knisley. 2017. 40p. Knopf Books for Young Readers, $17.99 (9780399551857). K-Gr. 3.
As a pioneer in software programming, Margaret Hamilton’s curiosity and love of mathematics led her to NASA, where she helped put a man on the moon.
Quinn, Bridget. Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (in That Order). Illus. by Lisa Congdon. 2017. 192p. Chronicle, $29.95 (9781452152363). Gr. 10-up.
An art historian explores the work, lives and legacy of 15 women artists from 1600 to the present day.