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Celebrate some of the most extraordinary women and their remarkable lives with this gorgeous gift set of the wildly successful Fantastically Great Women picture books, written and illustrated by bestselling author and illustrator, Kate Pankhurst. This will make the perfect Christmas gift or birthday present for curious little minds. This brilliant collection includes:
Fantastically Great Women Who Changed The World Fantastically Great Women Who Made History Fantastically Great Women Who Worked Wonders
Marvel at some of the world’s leading game changers and go-getters, read about the suffragettes and their fight for rights, fashion icons, artists and revolutionaries…you will even meet pharaohs, queens, scientists and great literary minds with this fact-packed and inspiring introduction to our history’s female leaders. Be prepared to be inspired by Frida Kahlo, Anne Frank, Emmeline Pankhurst and so many more brilliant women. This is a wonderful children’s non-fiction picture book gem for boys and girls ready to take on the world! A must have for all little bookshelves.
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