‘You have to make more noise than anybody else,’ Emmeline Pankhurst, leader of the British suffragette movement.
To celebrate the centenary anniversary of the Representation of The People Act 1918, which have the vote to some women for the first time, Nosy Crow commissioned a very special collection of stories from a stellar collection of award-winning, well-known and new voices in the world of children’s literature.
Ten incredible female storytellers have banded together to write tales of inspirational girls and women:
– The Otter Path by Emma Carroll
– The Green-Hearted Girl by Kiran Millwood Hargrave
– Discuss, Decide, Do by Catherine Johnson
– The Race by Ally Kennen
– All Things Bright and Beautiful by Patrice Lawrence
– The Bug Hunters by M. G. Leonard
– Out For The Count by Sally Nicholls
– The Tuesday Afternoon Ghost by Ella Risbridger
– Tea and Jam by Katherine Woodfine
– On Your Bike by Jeanne Willis
From ghost stories to fairy-tales to suffragettes, there’s a story in this fabulous anthology for everyone. A must-read for anyone aged 9 and up.
For each copy sold, a £1 donation will be made to Camfed, who do fantastic work in girls’ education in Africa, creating the future’s change-makers.
So go on, make more noise!