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Mighty Girl eBook – Firefighter

Mighty Girl eBook – Firefighter

Women’s History Month 2015

Mighty Girl Story:
Read Right Now! Firefighter


FirefighterLogos “Stories, both real and imagined, show what girls can do. The stories of women’s lives, and the choices they made, encourage girls to think larger and bolder, and give boys and men a fuller understanding of the female experience.”

~National Women’s History Project


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Books:

Fire Safety A Day With Firefighters A Trip to the Firehouse Meet the Fireman Firefighters
Fire! Fire! Molly, By Golly!: the Legend of Molly Williams, America's First Female Firefighter The Firefighters' Thanksgiving Firefighteres A to Z The Fire Cat

 

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Mighty Girl eComic: The Mystery of the Princess’ Bones

Mighty Girl eComic: The Mystery of the Princess’ Bones

Women’s History Month 2015

Mighty Girl eComic
Read Right Now! The Mystery of
the Princess’ Bones
“Stories, both real and imagined, show what girls can do. The stories of women’s lives, and the choices they made, encourage girls to think larger and bolder, and give boys and men a fuller understanding of the female experience.”

~National Women’s History Project


The Mystery of the Princess' Bones
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Diane France doesn’t carry a badge, but she does solve real-life mysteries! Diane is a forensic scientist who helps the police and coroners identify bones.

Crime Scene CreaturesIf you think you might like Diane’s job as a bone detective, take a look at Crime Scene Creatures – a virtual look at mysterious bones. You will see the equipment that is used and learn how science helps solve mysteries.


Forensic Books:

Bone Collection Skulls Skeletons and How They Work Bones : dead people do tell tales The Bones You Own Skeleton
Bones Never Lie Forensics Club CSI: The Case of the Digital Deception Forensic Secrets Blood and DNA
Crime Lab Detectives Forensic Science How to be a Crime Scene Investigator CSI Expert Forensic Science Projects with a Crime Lab You Can Build

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Read Right Now! Mighty Girl Biographies

Read Right Now! Mighty Girl Biographies
Crater NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “It’s the dream of every child to get to play in the dirt. We geologists get to do it for real.” ~ Adriana


Gorilla  NationalAcademyOfSciences75 Amy Vedder is a gorilla’s best friend. A wildlife biologist, she studied mountain gorillas in Africa’s chilly Volcanoes National Park and discovered that they were in danger of becoming extinct.


Kismet NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “I want robots to share our world with us, to communicate and interact with us, understand and even relate to us in a personal way.” ~ Cynthia


Princess Bones.jpg NationalAcademyOfSciences75 Diane France doesn’t carry a badge, but she does solve real-life mysteries! Diane is a forensic scientist who helps the police and coroners identify bones.


Heidi NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “The Universe is full of opportunities. Every night offers the possibility of discovering something no one has ever seen.” ~ Heidi


Inez  NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “I have tremendous love and respect for the planet—how the whole system comes together.” ~ Inez


Marta NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “Something’s got to change. Everyone deserves to go to college. High school drop out rates are too high.” ~ Marta


Green NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “Every person has some gift or talent that unlocks new answers about the world in which we live—and the organisms we share it with.” ~ Mimi


Hunt NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “Taking part in the struggle against hereditary diseases has given me purpose and direction, and perhaps the privilege of saving lives.” ~ Nancy


Pocahontas150 WeGiveBooksSmall In this book, children learn the story of Pocahontas. Famous for helping maintain peace between the English colonists and Native Americans, this brave Indian woman befriended the settlers at Jamestown.

Speed NationalAcademyOfSciences75 “For me, the world has always been full of mysteries. Studying the physical properties of matter allows me to unlock the secrets of the physical world.” ~ Shirley


Wanda Gag150 WeGiveBooksSmall As soon as Wanda learned to draw, she couldn’t stop and dreamed of becoming an artist. But when her beloved father died, teenage Wanda put her family before her art, taking care of her ailing mother and six siblings. It wasn’t until she knew that her family could support itself that she finally attained her dream, winning a scholarship to a famous art school in New York City and eventually creating one of the most beloved children’s book s of all time, Millions of Cats.

Who Was Rosa Parks150 WeGiveBooksSmall In 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, Alabama. This seemingly small act triggered civil rights protests across America and earned Rosa Parks the title “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement.”

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Mighty Girl eBook – Miss Rumphius

Mighty Girl eBook – Miss Rumphius

Women’s History Month 2015

Mighty Girl Story:
Read Right Now! Miss Rumphius

“Stories, both real and imagined, show what girls can do. The stories of women’s lives, and the choices they made, encourage girls to think larger and bolder, and give boys and men a fuller understanding of the female experience.”

~National Women’s History Project


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Deciding in childhood that she would seek adventure in faraway places, Miss Rumphius fulfills her dream and then has one more thing to do–something to make the world more beautiful!
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Meet the Authors: Brian & Andrea Davis Pinkney

Meet the Authors: Brian & Andrea Davis Pinkney

National African American Read-In

Meet Authors & Illustrators

February 1-28, 2015

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Books:

Martin and Mahalia Hand in Hand Ten Black Men Who Changed America Sit In Sojourner Truth's Step Stomp Slide Ella Fitzgerald
Duke Ellington Bill Pickett Dear Benjamin Bannaker

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