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Press Release Fun: Kidlit Celebrates Women’s History Month

The popular, nonprofit, and educational Women’s History Month website returns in March.  Now in its third consecutive year, the blog, KidLit Celebrates Women’s History Month founded by librarians, Margo Tanenbaum of The Fourth Musketeer and Lisa Taylor of Shelf-Employed, brings together distinguished authors and illustrators of books related to women’s history with librarians and bloggers from across North America. Each day features a new essay, commentary or review by some of the most noted writers in the field of literature for young people. Contributors for 2013 include Jane Yolen, Sy Montgomery, Roger Sutton, Tanya Anderson, Michelle Markel and Kathleen Krull, among others.

The blog will publish daily from March 1 through March 31, and will once again feature original posts from well-known, award-winning writers, illustrators, and bloggers.  A complete lineup of contributors may be found on the site. Interested readers can sign up to “follow” the blog, or receive it via email. Visit the site at to see “following” options, an archive of past contributions, and links to educational resources.


Margo Tanenbaum,
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Lisa Taylor,

About Elizabeth Bird

Elizabeth Bird is currently the Collection Development Manager of the Evanston Public Library system and a former Materials Specialist for New York Public Library. She has served on Newbery, written for Horn Book, and has done other lovely little things that she'd love to tell you about but that she's sure you'd find more interesting to hear of in person. Her opinions are her own and do not reflect those of EPL, SLJ, or any of the other acronyms you might be able to name. Follow her on Twitter: @fuseeight.


  1. That looks great!

  2. Thanks for the shout out, and for your past participation in the project. It’s going to be an educating, inspiring, and entertaining March at KidLit Celebrates Women’s History Month!

  3. Thanks so much, Betsy! We have some fascinating posts coming up again this year. I am continually amazed by all the terrific books out there now on different inspirational women throughout history. When I was growing up we were lucky to find books on Harriet Tubman, Clara Barton, Florence Nightingale, and maybe Betsy Ross and a few first ladies. I can’t even remember being assigned any books by women authors, except a few poems by Emily Dickinson. It’s great to see how much things have changed for today’s kids, and we appreciate your help in getting the word out.

  4. Annina Luck Wildermuth says:

    Dear Betsy,
    Thanks for the info about this terrific project. I enjoyed reading the first post and signed up.
    It is going to make March special!