Pages: 208 pages
Published: April 1, 2009 (First published 1788)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Genre: Fiction, Women’s Studies Continue reading “Book Review: Mary and The Wrongs of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft”
As much as we like to think much has changed, the literary world is still a male-dominated industry. Women may buy more books than men but that doesn’t account for female writers being overlook in the book world, according to a survey done by VIDA, Women In Literary Arts. But just because the publishing world refuses to progress, that doesn’t mean readers shouldn’t. So in honor of International Women’s Day, let us take the time recognize the female authors. 2018 looks like it is going to be another great year for book written by women. Just check out these ten books and see what great we can anticipate for the rest of the year: Continue reading “Books By Women: Female Writers To Watch Out For”
Young girls need to know their HERstory. And Women’s History Month is a perfect opportunity to do so. So if you are looking for great books to read with your kids (or something for yourself to give you a chance to learn), check out these great book picks that are great for the whole family to read:
Today is International Women’s Day, a day we recognize and appreciate all the great accomplishments women have done for the world. I believe that is fair to say that one day is not enough, let alone an entire month. Nevertheless, it should not stop us from giving women the recognition they deserve. And what better way to understand women’s contributions by reading about them! Here are some great book recommendations that celebrate women altogether!
I Am Malala:The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban by Christina Lamb and Malala Yousafzai
A true book of the century, Malala’s courage and stance on equal for girls is a true model of why we need to celebrate Women’s Day everyday. Her words will give you the inspiration you need not only for today, but all month long.