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The perfect read for the one hundredth anniversary of the nineteenth amendment and in advance of the upcoming presidential election this inspiring picture book from United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand shares the stories of ten suffragists who fought for women's right to vote Bold Brave introduces children to strong women who have raised their voices on behalf of justice and inspires them to raise their own voices to build our futureHere are the stories of ten leaders who strove to win the right to vote for American women a journey that took than seventy years of passionate commitment From well known figures such as Susan B Anthony and Sojourner Truth to lesser known women such as Alice Paul and Mary Church Terrell these are heroes who dreamed big and never gave up Senator Gillibrand highlights an important and pithy lesson from each woman's life from dare to be different to fight togetherWith gorgeous illustrations by renowned artist Maira Kalman this is a book that will inspire and uplift a book to be cherished and sharedThe suffragists included are Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B Anthony Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman Jovita Idr Alice Paul Inez Milholland Ida B Wells Lucy Burns and Mary Church Terrell


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    This is a historical account of 10 important women who spent their lives working to give women the right to vote in this country and many of these women never saw their work come to fruition In 1919 the 19th amendment passed that gave women the right to vote We have only had the right to vote for 100 years now Why aren’t we celebrating this nationally? Anyway it’s a nice run through of brave woman fighting for equality in this countryFor a 6 year old boy this is not the most exciting material to read A page or 2 about a dead woman in history and what she did Yes I read this to the nephew and he was bored He wanted something exciting to happen He did give this 2 stars and not 1 but he is not a fan of this book I then gave the book to my niece to read on her own and she did read it to herself She said it was interesting but it wasn’t her favorite She gave this 3 stars