20th Century American Women's History for Kids: The Major Events that Shaped the Past and Present
Show kids ages 8 to 12 how women shaped the 20th century
History books often focus on the things that men have done, but that’s only half the story. Covering the period from 1901 to 2000, this journey through American history for kids introduces young learners to the struggles and triumphs of American women through 30 of the most important moments of the 20th century.
Over the course of five easily digestible “eras,” this book of American history for kids will explore the suffrage movement, the founding of the National Council of Negro Women, the role of Rosie the Riveter in World War II, the appointment of Sandra Day O’Connor to the Supreme Court, and more.
Dive deeper than other American history books with:
- An event-focused approach—Get kids excited to learn about the things that actually happened, not just memorize names and numbers.
- Key callouts—Bonus facts bring special attention to even more information and inspiring, influential women.
- Clear explanations—Written especially for ages 8 to 12, this book uses straightforward language that makes it easy to follow and understand.
Show kids the amazing accomplishments of women throughout history with 20th Century American Women's History for Kids.