Toddler Books: Women's History Month

Suzanne Murray
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Photo from Better World Books

It's never too soon to introduce your toddler to history's trailblazers, and there's no better time than Women's History Month to teach them about those who were women. All you have to do is tell your kid a story.

Choose your favorite heroine or choose someone who does something your child is interested in (an artist, a musician, a rebel, a politician, a scientist, a chef, an athlete), research some facts about her, and make up a simple story for your toddler.

Of course, if you don't want to make up your own story, you can always get a book. Some to consider:

A is for Abigail: An Almanac of Amazing American Women, an alphabet almanac that's jam packed with remarkable women.

My Name is Georgia, a picture book about the artist Georgia O'Keeffe for kids of all ages.

Noisy Nora, a little "protester" who makes a lot of noise to get attention in a busy household.

 

Are you teaching your child about women's history?


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