Women's History Month Special
Amy Coney Barrett, Harriet Tubman, Margaret Thatcher, Clara Barton
Introduce your child to inspiring women who embody American values in our Women's History Month bundle.
In this special offer you'll find:
Amy Coney Barrett is one of the busiest women in the world. She balances both family and justice of an entire nation every single day. Along with being a United States Supreme Court Justice, she is also a mother of 7, including 2 children adopted from Haiti.
Harriet Tubman was born into slavery in the South. It seemed as though her fate was mapped out for her at birth. After all, what difference could one poor slave girl make? But Harriet didn’t see it that way. "I'll meet you in the morning," she told her family in a coded song, "I'm bound for the promised land."
Margaret Thatcher was Britain's first female prime minister, and one of the country's most formidable leaders. Dubbed 'The Iron Lady' by a Soviet newspaper which meant it as an insult, she adopted the nickname with pride. And indeed, her will was one of iron, as she determinedly set about returning Britain to prosperity and helping to end the Cold War.
Clara Barton was a shy girl, so much so that her parents feared she would never become independent enough to take care of herself. How unfounded those fears would turn out to be. Clara grew into a brave young woman, putting her own life in danger time and again to nurse the wounded soldiers of the Civil War.