I just discovered a great blog resource for Women's History Month. In 2011, authors & illustrators & bloggers came together to write 31 blog posts focused on book reviews and guest posts related to famous women or topics related to Women's History. Don't miss out on this year's 31 special blog posts.
Information about the organizers taken from the blog:
This second annual celebration of Women’s History Month through literature for children and young adults is organized by bloggers Margo Tanenbaum, of The Fourth Musketeer, and Lisa Taylor, of Shelf-employed. Margo, who blogs about historical fiction and history books for young people at The Fourth Musketeer, recently earned her master's degree in library science.She works part-time at two public libraries in Southern California, and hopes to secure a position as a children's librarian. Lisa lives in New Jersey, where she is a youth services librarian in a county library system. She may be found blogging at Shelf-employed or the ALSC Blog. Both Lisa and Margo review for School Library Journal and are currently serving as Round Two Cybils judges in the nonfiction categories.Check out their blog, Kidlit Celebrates Women's History Month and all of the great posts.