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Also by Cokie Roberts:

Ladies of Liberty, December 2016
Hardcover
Capital Dames, April 2015
Hardcover
Founding Mothers, February 2014
Hardcover
Our Haggadah, March 2011
Hardcover
Ladies of Liberty, April 2008
Hardcover
Women of Our Time, March 2007
Paperback
Changing the Face of Power, October 2005
Hardcover
Founding Mothers, February 2005
Paperback
From This Day Forward, February 2001
Paperback
We Are Our Mothers' Daughters, April 2000
Paperback

Ladies of Liberty
Cokie Roberts

The Women Who Shaped Our Nation

HarperCollins
December 2016
On Sale: December 6, 2016
40 pages
ISBN: 0060780053
EAN: 9780060780050
Hardcover
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Childrens | Non-Fiction History

Fans of #1 New York Times bestselling author Cokie Roberts, also a celebrated journalist for ABC and NPR, will love this stunning nonfiction picture book, Ladies of Liberty, based on her acclaimed work for adults. Highlighting the female explorers, educators, and writers as well as political and social activists that shaped our nation’s early history, this is the stunning follow-up to her children’s book Founding Mothers.

Beautifully illustrated by Caldecott Honor–winning artist Diane Goode, Ladies of Liberty pays homage to a diverse selection of ten remarkable women who have shaped the United States, covering the period of 1776 to 1824. Drawing on personal correspondence and private journals, Cokie Roberts brings to life the extraordinary accomplishments of these women who created the framework for our current society, a generation of reformers and visionaries.

Roberts features a cast of courageous heroines that includes African American poet Lucy Terry Prince, Native American explorer Sacagawea, first lady Louisa Catherine Adams, Judith Sargent Murray, Isabella Graham, Martha Jefferson Randolph, Elizabeth Bayley Seton, Louise D’Avezac Livingston, Rebecca Gratz, and Elizabeth Kortright Monroe. This compelling book offers a rich timeline, biographies, and an author note, bringing these dynamic ladies to life!

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The View - January 19, 2017
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