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Stories of Women in World War II: We Can Do It!
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Heinemann-Raintree Middle School Nonfiction

Stories of Women in World War II: We Can Do It!

More than 75 million people fought in World War II – nearly all of them men. Who was going to produce the weapons and the food, and do countless other vital jobs? The answer was women. Millions stepped forward to take on work they had rarely done before, such as fighting fires, ploughing fields and cracking codes. These are the stories of four trailblazers who achieved amazing things in difficult circumstances: Anne-Marie Walters became a secret agent in constant danger of being captured, working behind enemy lines in France. A painting of Ruby Loftus operating machinery became an iconic image of women’s contribution to the war effort. By the time Nancy Love was in her early twenties, she was one of America’s leading woman pilots. When “Red” Harrington and her fellow nurses were captured by the Japanese, they set up a hospital to look after the thousands of other prisoners of war. Many of the rights women have today are down to their actions. They helped change society's image of wome

BrandHeinemann-Raintree Middle School Nonfiction
Age Level11-16 Years
Reading LevelGrades 6-11
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count112



School Library Connection - Maggie Norris, LMS, Byron Nelson High School, Trophy Club (TX)

"...very valuable for ELL or lower level students. . . .these texts do provide a strong introduction to women’s history." - School Library Connection

February 1, 2016

VOYA - Rebecca Denham

"These mini biographies are appropriate for a general introduction to some high profile figures in women’s history. . . .a good introduction to women’s history for below-level readers or English language learner students." - VOYA

April 1, 2015

Andrew Langley

Andrew Langley

Andrew Langley is a prolific author of books for children, with a special interest in history and the environment. He has been short-listed for several major awards, most recently with books on natural disasters and Hiroshima.

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