The Woman’s Hour (Adapted for Young Readers) – Audiobook Online

The Woman’s Hour (Adapted for Young Readers) by Elaine Weiss is an adaptation of the original book “The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote” by Elaine Weiss. The adapted version is tailored for young readers and provides a comprehensive account of the final crucial battle in the fight for women’s suffrage in the United States.

Summary: The book delves into the dramatic events leading up to the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. It highlights the pivotal role played by key figures such as Carrie Chapman Catt, Sue White, and Alice Paul, as well as the opposition they faced from anti-suffragists. The narrative captures the intensity of the suffrage movement, including the strategies employed by both supporters and opponents of women’s voting rights.

Weiss skillfully portrays the challenges and triumphs experienced by suffragists as they navigated political obstacles and societal norms. The book also sheds light on the broader context of gender inequality and discrimination that women faced during this period. Through compelling storytelling and meticulous research, Weiss brings to life the arduous journey towards achieving voting rights for women.

The adapted version maintains the essence of Weiss’s original work while making it accessible to young readers, offering them a captivating insight into a pivotal moment in American history.

This adaptation of the book that Hillary Clinton called “a page-turner and inspirational play” will capture the attention of young audiences and teach them about activism, civil rights and the fight for voting rights of women – on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of America’s Independence Day. ratified the Nineteenth Amendment.

American women are getting closer to winning the right to vote. They have been fighting for more than 70 years and only need one more state to approve.

But suffragists faced opposition from all sides, including “Antis” – women who did not want women to have the right to vote. It is not just a political battle; it is a debate about the role of women and girls in society and whether they should be considered equal to men and boys.

Through a hot summer, Nashville became a bitter battlefield. Both sides are willing to do whatever it takes to win, and the fighters – led by brave activists Carrie Catt, Sue White and Alice Paul – will face the odds. dirty, blackmailed and treacherous. But they vow to fight for what they believe in, no matter the cost.

This is an adaptation for young readers and it is a wonderful and engaging book. I found this to be an inspiring read, it taught me about civil rights and how women fought for the right to vote. What a perfect time to read this as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

It’s inspiring to read about brave activists like Carrie Catt, Sue White and Alice Paul fighting for what they believe in, setting great examples for our young readers and encouraging their active participation. them into today’s politics and policy. What a great read, I highly recommend it!

  • The Woman’s Hour (Adapted for Young Readers)

  • Our Fight for the Right to Vote
  • By: Elaine Weiss

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