Heroines That Every Child Should Know: Tales for Young People of the World's Heroines of All Ages
From the stirring self-sacrifice of ancient Greek princess Alcestis to the battlefield heroics and later professional achievements of British nurse Florence Nightingale, this volume of biographical sketches geared toward younger readers showcases the accomplishments, virtues, and courageous feats of women throughout history.
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