Abigail Adams Socks
Abigail Adams, the second women to serve as first lady. Born in Weymouth ,Massachusetts, mother to John. A woman certainly ahead of her time. The bottom of the sock has...
Eliza Hamilton Founding Mother
Learn about Eliza Hamilton while learning how to read in this level 3 Step into Reading book.
19th Amendment Puzzle
This 1000 piece puzzle is the perfect activity for puzzle and women's history fans alike.
Abigail Adams Ornament
St. Nicolas is a heritage souvenir and Christmas decoration company based in London. All of their products are designed in-house and are completely handmade. The time taken to make each...
Wild Women of Boston
"Daring dames in the City on the hill"! Wild Women of Boston goes off the beaten path of the usual array of women. It features witches, merchants and mistresses just...
My Feminist ABC
This children's board book teaches the alphabet while also teaching Equal Rights, Girl Power and Feminism
My Mommy is a Hero
This beautifully illustrated children's book explores what it might be like to have a mother who is in the military.
Fifty women and girls that shook up the world! Billy Holiday, Rosa Parks, and Mother Teresa, to name just a few. Beautifully illustrated and full of meaningful information about these...
A Woman in the House ..and the Senate
This book shares the inspiring story of all of the women that have served and are serving in congress. Complete with a chart of all of the women that have...
No Truth without Ruth
Dazzling illustrations, this biography is the story of the one and only RBG, our warrior for equality and justice! A trailblazer for women everywhere!
Thirty fearless girls who changed the world before they were twenty! Do you know who Sybil Ludington is? In fact, Sybil was the 16-year-old daughter of an American Colonel. She...
Michelle Obama Socks
"When they go low we go high"! Powerful words, imprinted on the sole of the sock, from our 44th first lady of the United States.
Michelle Obama: First Lady and Superhero
Made specifically for level one readers, Michelle Obama: First Lady and Superhero is part of Harper Collins' "I Can Read" series. "During a special Girl Scouts trip, Darlene gets to...
Sojourner Truth Socks
Enslaved as Isabella in 1797, Sojourner chose her now famous name after she was freed in 1827. Show your support for this truly heroic woman with these beautifully designed socks...
I'm a Mom Sign
For all of the mothers out there, this sign celebrates that fact that mothers are societies unsung heroes. Decorate your home with this sign that reminds everyone the strength needed...
Women Who Behave Rarely Make History Glass
Was it Anne Boleyn, Eleanor Roosevelt or Marilyn Monroe who originally said this? The origin of this particular quote is unknown but the meaning behind it is a powerful one....
Well Behaved Women Mug
The writing on the mug says it all. "Well Behaved Women Never Say No to Chocolate". What can we say? If you don't like chocolate, what type of rebel are...