The Voice that Won the Vote: How One Woman’s Words Made History

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There was a time when women could not vote. Only men can vote. Women wanted to vote, but men always told them they could not. Even some women didn’t think that women should have an opinion when it was politics. Even though women could not vote, one woman helped change that. Her name was Febb Burn. She was smart and she loved to read and learn. Since only men could vote, Febb wrote to her son Harry Burn because he could vote. Febb wrote to her son and told him to be a good boy. With his vote he broke the tie, and women were able to vote.

I like the story. I did not know about Febb Burn and how she helped women vote. I liked how the book included a real picture of her. This is a very educational book, and this is a good picture book to learn a little bit about women’s right to vote. This is a great book to read for National Women’s Month! I think kids and parents will enjoy this story.

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Author Elisa Boxer
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Sleeping Bear Press
Publish Date 2020-03-15
ISBN 9781534110496
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Issue April 2020
Category Children's


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