Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Women's Rights Pioneer

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A biography telling the life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a staunch supporter of women's rights including women's right to vote. Written in graphic-novel format.

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Summary: Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a Women in the 1800’s that wanted to have the right to vote, she also wanted all women to also have the right to vote. She married a abolitionist lawyer named Henry ... Read full review

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Summary: During the 1800s, women were not able to vote, own land, or have a professional job. They were supposed to cook, clean, and raise a family while the husband supported everyone. At the age of ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Connie Colwell Miller is a writer, editor, and teacher who lives and works in Mankato, Minnesota. She studied writing at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, and went on to earn her Masters in Fine Arts in creative writing at Minnesota State University, Mankato, where she won an award for her poetry manuscript. She has written over 25 books for kids and published parenting essays and poetry online and in journals around the country. She spends her free time goofing around with her husband and three young, highly spirited children.

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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