Amelia to Zora by Cynthia Chin-Lee
Twenty-Six Women Who Changed the World

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Twenty-six amazing women; twenty-six amazing stories. From Amelia Earhart, pilot and adventurer, to Zora Neal Hurston, writer and anthropologist, learn about the hardships and triumphs that inspired each woman to change the world around her. Detailed collages and illustrations draw from various events in the women's lives.

About Cynthia Chin-Lee

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Cynthia Chin-Lee was born and raised in Washington, D.C., in a family with four older siblings. Her father is a medical doctor and her mother an artist. Cynthia picked up a pen and began writing for fun when she was in the sixth grade. "I liked writing poetry and scribbling in my journal because I found it comforting and therapeutic. I still write for that reason and because I like playing with words." Cynthia has written several books for children and lives in California.
Published February 1, 2005 by Charlesbridge. 32 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books, Political & Social Sciences.

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With spirited language and marvelous collages, an abecedarium of contemporary women takes flight.

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