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Susan B. Anthony: Pioneering Leader of the Women's Rights Movement


This biography takes a look at Anthony's upbringing in the Quaker church, her father's unusual stance for women's equality, and the historical events that molded her into one of the best-known suffragists. Though Anthonyメs life is portrayed in simple details geared toward younger readers, this book also shows her enthusiasm for womenメs rights and human rights, and her dedication to making the world a better place. The biography ends with Anthonyメs success in helping to win womenメs suffrage and her enduring legacy in the modern feminist movement.

Series: Britannica Beginner Bios II

Interest Level: Grades 1-4

Guided Reading Level: H

Lexile Level: 740

ISBN: 9781622759552 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2016

Pages: 32

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