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TheKidUpstairs
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#OnThisDay in 1702 The Daily Courant began publication. Produced by Elizabeth Mallet, it was the first daily national paper in England. Making Mallet, in essence, the first Editor-in-Chief of a daily. Mallet's intention was to provide the public with news from abroad, but no opinion or commentary, allowing readers to think and reflect for themselves. She ran the paper for only 40 days before selling it to Samuel Buckley. #HistoryGetsLIT

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Almost Famous Women: Stories | Megan Mayhew Bergman
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#ReadHarder challenge 8: the book that's been on your TBR shelf the longest #internationalwomensday #womenshistorymonth

Megabooks Loved this. She‘s a fantastic short story writer! 7mo
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arlenefinnigan
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#ReadHarder challenge 7: a classic written by a POC #WomensHistoryMonth

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Pickpick

First book for #womenshistorymonth is one of my super favs — The Five: The Untold Story of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie Rubenhold. I absolutely suggest this well researched and presented nonfic. It reads like a historical documentary you‘d hear on TV. Totally accessible to all levels of interest. Also a podcast! Great to learn about Victorian era + women‘s history in that time

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MamaMastracci
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Under a Painted Sky | Stacey Lee
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I decided to read this one as a last hurrah for the Women's History Month. But I also read this because the author is Asian American! Support AAPI authors! Anyway, this one is set during the Gold Rush era, and I love the adventure aspect of this book. I can see this book having a sequel. #ya #historical #womenshistorymonth

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tpixie
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Enjoying this debut novel based on the author‘s Italian ancestors. It makes me want to travel, see beautiful sights, and eat delicious food!
#JenniferAnton
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#Midwife #Italy #ItalianWomen
#WomenInspiringWomen
#WomensHistoryMonth

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tpixie
The Engineer's Wife | Tracey Enerson Wood
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We had a great chat w. author Tracey Enerson Wood! We enjoyed her book, & she was so welcoming & insightful with her answers! Can‘t wait for 7/6/2021 for her next book The War Nurse. I just ordered her nonfiction book re: Veterans, their families, and their recipes!
Thanks @Sourcebooks !
#Bookmarked
#Sourcebooks
#sponsoredbookclub #bookclubbook #Litsybookclub
#WomenInspiringWomen
#WomensHistoryMonth
#WWI
#veterans #recipes #recipebook