The Book of Heroines by Stephanie Warren Drimmer
Tales of History's Gutsiest Gals

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As is typical of a National Geographic book, the layout, art, and photography are generally exceptional even if the accessible text is shallow. Heroes offers a great centerfold: “How to Change the World.” Sadly, Heroines has a centerfold of Wonder Woman.
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Everybody needs a role model! Discover true stories of superstars, war heroes, world leaders, gusty gals, and everyday women who changed the world. From Sacagawea to Mother Teresa, Annie Oakley to Malala Yousafzai, these famous women hiked up their pants and petticoats and charged full-speed ahead to prove girls are just as tough as boys...maybe even tougher. Complete with amazing images and a fun design, this is the book that every kid with a goal, hope, or dream will want to own.
 

About Stephanie Warren Drimmer

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STEPHANIE WARREN DRIMMER writes for children as well as adults. Her favorite kid book topics include a planet where it rains rocks, the chemistry of the perfect cookie, and scientists who use light to control mouse brains.
Author Residence: Seattle, Washington
Author Hometown: Seattle, Washington
 
Published November 8, 2016 by National Geographic Children's Books. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books.
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on Sep 19 2016

As is typical of a National Geographic book, the layout, art, and photography are generally exceptional even if the accessible text is shallow. Heroes offers a great centerfold: “How to Change the World.” Sadly, Heroines has a centerfold of Wonder Woman.

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