Today marks a very important day to celebrate all the amazing female figures in our lives. International Women’s Day is a day to also look back at all the awe-inspiring women who have paved the way for all of us to continue breaking the glass ceiling. We decided to collaborate with an amazing local business, 7adoota Book Club, to give you this list of books about important female figures in history to read to your kids today.
Driven by their passion for reading, two women founded 7adoota Book Club to spread the love of reading among the coming generations. Their storytelling skills, selective choices of books, and their out-of-the-box ideas guarantee that children get exposed to values that they’d cherish for a lifetime.
Who was Princess Diana?
Also known as the People’s Princess, Princess Diana was not just a member of the royal family- she was a humanitarian and philanthropist.
Who was Hellen Keller?
The woman who spent her childhood blind and deaf yet managed to learn how to communicate and triumph her disease.
Who was Anne Frank?
The story of how Anne Frank, a Jewish girl, managed to hide for two years during World War II from the Nazis.
Who was Amelia Earhart?
The definition of a strong feminist figure. She was the first woman to fly across the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic ocean.
Who was Jane Austen?
One of the first feminist novelists whose books always centered around strong female protagonists. Her books are, to this day, some of the greatest literary works to have ever been written.
Who was Marie Antoinette?
A royal figure who was one of the main reasons behind the French revolution. So many works were made about her life which influenced pop culture in many ways.
Who Is Malala Yousufzai?
The girl who fought and fought and fought for girls’ education in Pakistan. She is a Nobel Prize winner and a definite inspiration.
Who Was Queen Elizabeth?
The woman who was both imprisoned and crowned queen of England. She reigned for over 40 years and was a strong female voice at her time.
Who is J.K. Rowling?
A novelist who influenced generations of young readers through her best-selling fictional series of novels. She is also a huge humanitarian and the story of her upbringing and life is definitely inspirational.
Who was Joan of Arc?
The strong young French woman who was leading army men by her late teenage years during the Hundred Years War.