The most badass collection of paper dolls--ever! Forget the runway. These Awesome Women Who Changed History are dressed for the battlefields, the picket lines--and the White House! These 21 realistic paper dolls have everything they need to shatter the glass ceiling. Prepare Sally Ride for liftoff with her spacesuit and helmet. Get Annie's gun (and her hat and dress) before she heads into a sharpshooting competition. And please rise for the honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose robes and gavel will have her ready to preside over the United States Supreme Court. Whether conducting research while living with the gorillas in the mist, mastering the art of French cooking, or leading travelers on the Underground Railroad, the paper doll likenesses of these groundbreaking women are sure to inspire awesome women of any age.
"As a child, I spent hours in the glossy cardstock pages of paper-doll books ... Awesome Women Who Changed History: Paper Dolls ... has the same glossy pages and thick, crinkle-proof paper ... .Clinton's ... paper-doll rendering is an emotional reminder of November 9 ... .Feet firmly planted and hands gently clasped, she owns her paper-doll pedestal just as she owned every stage from which she pursued the presidency - including the one from which she gave her concession speech." MTV News "If you're wondering how to teach your daughters (and sons!) about the awesome women who have made a positive mark in our world, there's a new collection of paper dolls that celebrate badass women in history ... .These artsy paper dolls are totally not limited to children only, so if you want to celebrate Women's History Month by picking up your own copy ... there's no reason you shouldn't." Romper.com "Awesome Women Who Changed History: Paper Dolls allows your child to learn about incredible women who changed history while she plays with paper dolls (with which she can then decorate her room!)." PopSugar
Carol Del Angel has worked as an illustrator since 2004. Eclectic but well considered, her work is built on an interest in people, nature, typography, architecture, and pattern. She has has exhibited at Exposicion Publicidad in Mexico and was included in the Vox Pop exhibition at the Coningsby Gallery in London. Her website is www.caroldelangel.com.