Why Couldn't Susan B. Anthony Vote?
And Other Questions About Women's Suffrage
By Mary Kay Carson (Author)
Who was Susan B. Anthony—what did she stand for, why was she arrested, and how did she fight for women's right to vote? And did she ever see her dream of woman's suffrage come true? From the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York, to the enactment of the 19th Amendment, this lively chronicle introduces Anthony and the American suffragist movement.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Mary Kay Carson is an award-winning children's nonfiction author who has written more than 40 books for kids about wildlife, space, weather, nature, and history. Her many books in the Good Question series include Did It Really Start with a Snowball Fight?, How Many Planets Circle the Sun?, How Strong Is an Ant?, What Makes a Tornado Twist?, What Sank the World's Biggest Ship?, What Was Your Dream, Dr. King?, and Why Does Earth Spin? For the Sterling Biographies series, she wrote Alexander Graham Bell: Giving Voice to the World. Mary Kay gives presentations at schools about writing and her books. She lives in Cincinnati, OH. For more information go to: marykaycarson.com