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Cast your vote for Alice Paul The story of a tireless suffragette and the president she convinced to change everything   When Alice Paul was a child she saw her father go off to vote while her mother had to stay home But why should that be? So Alice studied the Constitution and knew that the laws needed to change But who would change them?   She would In her signature purple hat Alice organized parades and wrote letters and protested outside the White House She even met with President Woodrow Wilson who told her there were important issues to worry about than women voting But nothing was important to Alice So she kept at it and soon President Wilson was persuaded   Dean Robbins and illustrator Nancy Zhang bring the unsung hero to vivid life and show young voters to be how important it is to never back down from a cause you believe in


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    This seemed too oversimplified even for a picture book biographyI feel like the book suffered from having too much breadth but not enough depth Such as the bit about Alice getting hauled off to jail and how that's just what she hoped would happen I can see kids wondering WHY would she WANT to go to jail? Is the answer because President Wilson didn't like to think of her in there? I think that's much too glossed over And story just kind of got off on the wrong foot for me where it focused on Alice's attire and checking on the parade and the dancing and all these frou frou kind of things without really explaining any symbolism or significance behind them I also felt that it really glossed over what other problems President Wilson had to address and why he finally changed his mind over supporting women's suffrageThe Author's Note explains that the suffragists didn't win just by convincing Wilson there was a continued battle with Congress and the state governments Still I would have liked about Paul herself I don't feel we got to know much about her personality or uniqueness