Emmeline Pankhurst (Little People, Big Dreams) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" LOVE this illustration style and we had a great time talking about girls & boys and using your voice to fight for what's right. " said.

" Little People, Big Dreams is a picture book biography series imported from Spain. Perfect way to introduce young readers to girls who dreamed and became outstanding women in different fields. The books include a timeline and photos.I love learning about new people and I'm so glad I "met" Emmeline Pankhurst! I love how she went beyond what others were doing to make sure she got her message across. " said.

" Super cute stylistically with age-appropriate text explaining how Emmeline Pankhurst fought for women's rights. Could easily be read aloud to a class for a unit. " said.

" Wonderful illustrations. Clear and engaging story for young readers. I love this book for young children as a way to be introduced to a revolutionary female character in history. I am excited to explore the other books in the series now! " said.

" This book was an excellent introduction to the life of Emmeline Pankhurst and all that she achieved.She really was a remarkable woman and this book touches on the struggles she faced and how she made some of the most amazing accomplishments against adversity for her time. The images are great and I loved the books I have read so far in this series - 5 stars - a brilliant read!! " said.

" May I say that I'm absolutely enamored with this picture book and its cute art style? Ana Sanfelippo's illustrations seem vaguely familiar, though I can't for the love of god remember where I might know them from... most likely some long-lost favourite children's book of mine. Nostalgia! Ever a fact-loving history nerd, I would have loved this as a kid.*I received an ARC via in exchange for an honest review. " said.

" I am a big fans of 'little people, BIG DREAMS' series. the illustrations perfectly captured beautiful stories. Emmeline's suffragette not only fights for women's voting rights but also took responsibility to help country during worldwar. They proved that women also capable as men at works.After read this book, i knew how long fight and endeavour to pursue the right to vote for women. The rights that I take for granted. " said.

"Brief biography of British suffrage activist Pankhurst, written by Kaiser and illustrated by Ana Sanfelipo. The series as a whole offers creative, simple, and inspiring examples of women in their professions. While the writers and illustrators vary from one title to the next, there is also a common tone and visual style. Each volume wraps up with a two-page biographical sketch with photos. And the inside front and back covers are designed with a different repeating pattern, this one small purple, green, and white dots on a light green background." said.

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