Elizabeth Blackwell: America's First Woman Doctor

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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For fast-paced true tales of extraordinary lives, turn to Capstone's Graphic Biographies set. These graphic novel format biographies inspire, entertain, and inform readers about individuals who have made significant contributions to society. An additional information section provides key facts and further understanding.
  

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User Review  - Lylah Katz - Goodreads

This book a little dry but had a lot of gems mixed in for my 8 year old daughter. She loved the part where Elizabeth Blackwell walks into the all male college, as well as the part where Blackwell ... Read full review

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Dream Is Born
Studying Medicine
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About the author (2006)

Trina Robbins grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Her mother, a second-grade schoolteacher, taught her to read at age four. She says, "It is the greatest gift anyone has ever given to me." Robbins turned her love of books into a lifelong career. For more than 30 years, she has been writing graphic novels and children's books. Her work includes comics such as Wonder Woman and Powerpuff Girls, as well as GoGirl!, her own graphic novel series for girls.

Cynthia Martin has worked in comics and animation since 1983. Her credits include Star Wars, Spider-Man, and Wonder Woman for Marvel Comics and DC Comics, in addition to work as a storyboard artist for Sony Children's Entertainment and the Krislin Company. Cynthia's recent projects include an extensive series of graphic novels for Capstone Press and two issues of Blue Beetle for DC Comics. She also illustrated the book Alley of Shadows, published by Stone Arch Books.

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