What Would She Do?: Real-Life Stories of 25 Female Trailblazers Who Changed the World
From Cleopatra to Amelia Earhart, from Malala Yousafzai to Michelle Obama and Emma Watson, learn about powerful and inspiring women through history in this incredible book! Covering female world leaders from centuries ago through to modern-day heroes, What Would She Do? is the ultimate guide to empowered women.
Portraits created by hand-picked contemporary illustrators and snappy, compelling text bring these women's achievements vividly to life, and relate their stories back to those of young girls today. These trailblazers not only accomplished great things, but overcame the same issues that girls all over the world have to face in modern society, such as inequality, gender stereotyping, body shaming, bullying and much more. Created by an all-women team and illustrated by internationally renowned artists, What Would She Do? packs a feminist punch.
Kay Woodward has written over 150 fiction and non-fiction children's books in three different countries and using three different names. She writes books that are funny and books that aren't, but tell the reader all sorts of Very Interesting Things. She has been published by Puffin, Scholastic, Andersen Press, Carlton, Wayland and many other UK publishers. Her specialist subjects are chocolate, survival skills, ice skating, history, science, bad jokes, Roald Dahl and lightning. Suzette Mitchell is a gender specialist who has been working with the UN and NGOs for 25 years, and was Country Representative for UN Women in Vietnam for five years. Her current consulting work includes managing women's issues in crisis situations and working with women in leadership positions. Her work for women's rights has taken her from New York City to Vietnam and Australia, where she is currently based. A keen writer and children's book enthusiast, this is Suzette's first book for children.
Two Trung Sisters, Vietnam, GeneralsCleopatra, Egypt, PharaohMurasaki Shikibu, Japan, first novelistJoan of Arc, France, Army leaderElena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia, Italy, Mathematician, philosopher, TheologianCatherine the Great, Russia, AutocratAda Lovelace, England, Computer programmerEmmeline Pankhurst, UK, protesterFlorence Nightingale, Italy/England, NurseHarriet Tubman, USA, AbolitionistMarie Curie, Polish/French, ChemistVirginia Woolf, England, authorAmelia Earhart, USA, PilotFrida Kahlo, Mexico, painterRosa Parks, USA, African American rights activistJane Goodall, England, ConservationistValentina Tereshkova, Russia, CosmonautWangari Maathai, Kenya, ConservationistAung San Suu Ki, Burma, Political activistJudit Polger, Hungary, Chess playerMarta viera da Silva, brazil, FootballerEmma Watson, ActressMalala, Pakistan, ActivistZaha Hadid, Irak/UK, ArchitectMichelle Obama. USA, First Lady and lawyer