Tour Schedule: SHE DID IT! 21 WOMEN WHO CHANGED THE WAY WE THINK by Emily Arnold McCully

Hey everyone! We are super excited to announce the schedule for the SHE DID IT! 21 WOMEN WHO CHANGED THE WAY WE THINK by Emily Arnold McCully Blog Tour which begins on Monday, November 5th!

The tour runs from November 5th-9th & 12th-16th, will have one stop per day, and will consist of reviews & spotlights!

There is also a tour-wide giveaway for 3 finished copies of the book, US Only. So be sure to stop by any or all of the stops for a chance to win.

But until then, here are your hosts.

The Tour Hosts

Week One

11/5/2018- YA Books CentralExcerpt
11/6/2018- Such a Novel IdeaReview
11/7/2018- Here's to Happy EndingsReview
11/8/2018- What A Nerd Girl SaysReview
11/9/2018- BookHounds YAReview

Week Two

11/12/2018- Novel NoviceExcerpt
11/13/2018- 100 Pages A DayReview
11/14/2018- Texan Holly ReadsReview
11/15/2018- Two points of interestReview
11/16/2018- Do You Dog-ear?Review

About the Book

Author: Emily Arnold McCully
Pub. Date: November 6, 2018
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 272
Find it: GoodreadsAmazonB&NiBooksTBD
Prepare to discover new heroes among these twenty-one women who challenged the status quo, championed others, and made their voices heard. From Jane Addams to Alice Waters, from groundbreaking artists and social justice advocates to scientific pioneers and business innovators, a strong thread of trailblazing women runs through American history. Written in compelling, accessible prose and vividly illustrated by Caldecott Medalist Emily Arnold McCully, this collection of inspiring and expertly researched profiles charts the bold paths these women forged in the twentieth century.
The subjects profiled include:

Jane Addams
Ethel Percy Andrus
Ella Baker
Gertrude Berg
Rachel Carson
Shirley Chisholm
Joan Cooney
Isadora Duncan
Barbara Gittings
Temple Grandin
Grace Hopper
Dolores Huerta
Billie Jean King
Dorothea Lange
Patsy Mink
Vera Rubin
Margaret Sanger
Gladys Tantaquidgeon
Ida M. Tarbell
Madame C. J. Walker
Alice Waters
Second Wave Feminism

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