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March is Women’s History Month

Each March we celebrate Women’s History Month in recognition of contributions women have made over the course of our country’s history.  We invite you to learn about some of these amazing women by reading their stories.  

Here are just a few of the many books you’ll find at the library which celebrate great women in history.

Women artists A to Z /  Melanie LaBarge

Eleanor / David Michaelis

Atomic women : the untold stories of the scientists who helped create the nuclear bomb / Roseanne Montillo

No Stopping Us Now: the Adventures of Older Women in American History / Gail Collins

Fly girls : how five daring women defied all odds and made aviation history / Keith O’Brien

Figuring / Maria Popova

Handprints on Hubble : an astronaut’s story of invention / Kathryn D. Sullivan

The Doctors Blackwell : how two pioneering sisters brought medicine to women –and women to medicine / Janice P. Nimura

Girls like us : Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon– and the journey of a generation / Sheila Weller

Radiant : the dancer, the scientist and a friendship forged in light  / Liz Heinecke

Wings : a novel of World War II flygirls  / Karl Friedrich

Hidden figures : the American dream and the untold story of the Black women mathematicians who helped win the space race  / Margot Lee Shetterly

Harriet Tubman: the road to freedom / Catherine Clinton

The measure of our lives : a gathering of wisdom  / Toni Morrison

Ruth Ginsburg : a life / Jane Sherron De Hart

 

 

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