Beautifully illustrated by Eve Lloyd Knight, this is a celebration of the brave campaigners who fought for women's right to vote from the end of the 19th century right up to the present day - the women who rioted, rallied and refused to give up.
Louise K Stewart studied women's writing at
university and did a Masters degree in Women and
Literature. She co-founded Aurora, a magazine
featuring creative writing and illustrations by
women, based in Liverpool. She then became an
author, and has written more than 200 books for
young people on a wide range of subjects.
A glorious-on-the-eye history of women's suffrage ... Gorgeous, sumptuous non-fiction for children - Letterbox Library * @LetterboxLib * It's an easy to follow walk through history with beautiful illustrations * Sentinel * Revealing and powerful, this is an excellent history. * Parents in Touch * Well underway here in the UK, what of those other women across the world fighting to be heard? the timeline at the foot of their stories is an eye-opener. * Families South East London * An inspiring, but at times sobering, read that's beautifully designed. * Scoop * The gorgeous, graphic novel looks at 100-odd years of women's suffrage across the world through a series of dark, moody illustrations and brief text. * Stylist * Rebel Voices: The Rise of Votes for Women is a beautifully illustrated summary of the history of women's suffrage around the world. It's sifted through the details of women's struggles and picked out some of the most arresting, impactful examples of heroism and dedication. It's wonderful. It would make a fabulous gift for any girl you know and a copy should be in every school library. * Bookbag *