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Women’s History Month: 3 Heroines to Share With Your Daughter

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It’s Women’s History Month and we are looking forward to all the events and books that celebrate the impact that women have on the world. In addition to bringing you the latest pop culture news and reviews where women are the focus, this month, we are also going to share with you some of the best BookTrib articles of the past that celebrate women and diversity.  Today, we feature this piece from March 11th, 2015 about three heroines you can share with you daughter. When it comes to books, my 8-year-old girl is a reader with a broad palette. She loves princesses. Then again, she loves super heroes. She loves magic, adventure and inanimate objects that come to life (I’m looking at you, Olaf…

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3 Spunky heroines to share with your daughter for Women’s History Month

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When it comes to books, my 8-year-old girl is a reader with a broad palette. She loves princesses. Then again, she loves super heroes. She loves magic, adventure and inanimate objects that come to life (I’m looking at you, Olaf from Frozen). But most of all, she loves reading stories she can relate to. And that means she loves stories about kids—or, more specifically, stories where girls take the lead. And the spunkier the heroine, the better. That’s why my princess made a bee-line to three books that showed up on my desk recently to mark Women’s History Month, books that featured a variety of heroines from refreshingly diverse backgrounds. Her Royal Highness loved Finley Flowers: Original Recipe (Capstone Young…

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