Fantastically Great Women Who Saved the Planet
Kate Pankhurst, Kate Pankhurst
‘Significantly more engaging and inspiring than the rival Rebel Girls’ GUARDIAN
‘It’s hard to imagine any group of primary-aged children who wouldn’t be inspired’ BOOKSELLER
‘An absolute must-have for every young person’s bookshelf’ HUFFINGTON POST
From bestselling author and illustrator Kate Pankhurst, descendent of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, comes another ‘smart, informative, inclusive and accessible’ book about trail-blazing women.
Discover the untold stories of women who have helped protect our natural world, all the way through history.
* Tackle the plastic problem by recycling waste into beautiful objects with Isatou Ceesay
* Marvel at the intelligence of chimpanzees with Jane Goodall
* Learn why it’s important to shop fair trade and cruelty-free with Anita Roddick
* Resist devastating deforestation and plant seeds of change with Wangari Maathai
Bursting full of colourful illustrations and fascinating facts, Fantastically Great Women Who Saved the Planet is an inspiring introduction to just a few of the incredible women who show that all actions, big and small, can be powerful in the fight against climate breakdown.
List of women featured: Eugenie Clark, Wangari Maathai, Ingeborg Beling, Anita Roddick, Edith Farkas, Jane Goodall, Isatou Ceesay, Florence Augusta Merriam Bailey, Maria Telkes, The Chipko Movement, Eileen Kampakuta Brown, Eileen Wani Wingfield, Ursula Marvin, Daphne Sheldrick
Fantastically Great Women Who Worked Wonders is the third in Kate Pankhurst's colourful picture-book celebrations of notable females; with their playful use of speech bubbles and perspective shifts, they remain significantly more engaging and inspiring than the rival Rebel Girls. -- Imogen Russell Williams on Fantastically Great Women Who Worked Wonders * The Guardian * It's a tremendously engaging read: smart, informative, inclusive and accessible, with gorgeous, visually creative art. The tone is really joyful and it's hard to imagine any group of primary-aged children who wouldn't be inspired by these stories. -- Fiona Noble on Fantastically Great Women Who Made History * The Bookseller * So many worthy nonfiction books for this age group have good intentions but fail to step beyond simple preaching with boring line drawings. This one succeeds, thanks to its interesting choice of role models, gorgeous colourful illustrations, a sense of humour and sharp language that informs without patronising. * The Times on Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World * It's impossible not to be inspired by this book, written by a descendent of Emmeline Pankhurst, and the great women featured in it. Their stories are told across bright spreads, which are packed with information that will make readers excited about the remarkable achievements described * Absolutely Education on Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World * Every element of this book is pieced together perfectly; the amount of information, the fun way it is presented, the illustrations and of course the diverse mix of women. This book should be available in every school and every library and is sure to inspire young people to follow their hearts. * Acorn Books on Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World * An absolute must-have for every young person's bookshelf. * The Huffington Post on Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World * This book which is a must have for anybody - girl or boy, man or woman - it's enlightening for one and all ... it's celebratory; laying out key messages in an attractive and engaging way to inspire a new set of admirers. * Books for Keeps on Fantastically Great Women Who Made History *
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