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March 2, 2021
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In March, we celebrate the women of the past, congratulate the women of the present, and encourage the women of the future for all they have done, do, or will do.

There are some wonderful children’s books available to help you honor and learn more about women’s contributions in history. These books commemorate the strong women who have come before us to pave the way and those who are fighting still today.


You can also find books about the power of your voice -- it’s stronger than you think -- and books that show girls can do anything.


Be sure to check out Nashville Public Library’s virtual grand opening of our interactive Votes for Women exhibit, too.

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Cassie is a Children's Librarian at Edmondson Pike Branch Library. She can often be found reading books and singing songs, and not just at the library! Her favorite thing to do at the moment is cuddle her baby while they read phenomenal picture books and earn Read to Rise points.