Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony was very young when she decided that there were certain things about her society that she did not agree with. She did not like slavery and she felt that women deserved to have the same rights as men. Tirelessly Susan B. Anthony worked towards the abolition of slavery and for women's sufferage.
Heart of Fire: Susan B. Anthony

Heart of Fire: Susan B. Anthony

Ann Malaspina
Illustrator:  Steve James 
Nonfiction Picture Book
For ages 6 to 8
Albert Whitman, 2012   ISBN: 978-0807531884
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Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony

Alexandra Wallner
Nonfiction Picture Book
For ages 7 to 9
Holiday House, 2012   ISBN: 978-0823419531
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Marching with Aunt Susan: Susan B. Anthony and the Fight for Women's Suffrage

Marching with Aunt Susan: Susan B. Anthony and the Fight for Women's Suffrage

Claire Rudolf Murphy
Illustrator:  Stacey Schuett 
Historical Fiction Picture Book
For ages 7 to 10
Peachtree Publishers, 2011   ISBN: 978-1561455935
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Failure is Impossible: The Story of Susan B. Anthony

Failure is Impossible: The Story of Susan B. Anthony

Lisa Frederkisen Bohannon
Nonfiction
For ages 12 and up
Morgan Reynolds, 2001   ISBN: 978-1883846770
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Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Women’s Rights

Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Women’s Rights

Deborah Hopkinson
Illustrator:  Amy June Bates 
Nonfiction Picture Book  Series
For ages 6 to 8
Simon and Schuster, 2005   ISBN: 978-0689869099
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Susan B. Anthony: Champion of Women’s Rights

Susan B. Anthony: Champion of Women’s Rights

Helen Albee Monsell
Illustrator:  Al Fiorentino 
Nonfiction
For ages 8 to 12
Simon and Schuster, 1986   ISBN: 978-0020418009
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