|Susan B. Anthony|
New York Public Library
Women's History Month is over, but I still had a few Susan B. Anthony coloring pages left over. A mother stopped in with her young sons and they chose coloring pages from the drawer. While Mom was at the circulation desk, she called to her son to see what he was doing. Not knowing any better, he replied,
I'm coloring the witch.(green nose and all!)
And that's why we need to keep sharing great nonfiction picture books!
Slade, Suzanne. 2007. Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Freedom and Equality.
Minneapolis, MN: Picture Window Books.
- Susan B. Anthony was a pioneer in the women's civil rights movement
- The Susan B. Anthony House is a National Historic Landmark
- Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony is a film by Ken Burns
- Susan B. Anthony's face appeared on the US one dollar coin in 1979-1981 and 1999