Book Reviews of 19th Century Girls and Women

19th Century Girls and Women
19th Century Girls and Women
Author: Bobbie Kalman
ISBN-13: 9780865054646
ISBN-10: 0865054649
Publication Date: 3/1997
Pages: 32
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  ?

0 stars, based on 0 rating
Publisher: Crabtree Publishing Company
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Amazon | Write a Review

3 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

reviewed 19th Century Girls and Women on + 1217 more book reviews
Describes various aspects of the lives of women and girls during the nineteenth century, including their lack of educational opportunities, restrictive clothing, pastimes, courtship and marriage, and limited employment prospects.
Series: Historic Communities: A Bobbie Kalman Series


Length: 32 pages
Industry reviews
Gr 3-5 Using the two-page chapter that has become so widespread in children's nonfiction books, Kalman covers the traditional female role, limited educational opportunities, clothing, leisure time activities, courtship, marriage, childbirth, employment, and the beginnings of the women's rights movement between 1801-1900. Historical photographs, artwork and staged reproductions are in color and of fair to good quality. Two pages are devoted to "Three girls' stories," fictionalized anecdotes from a pioneer girl, an immigrant, and a slave. These are very brief, trite, and not totally successful at reminding readers that 19th-century girls could lead quite varied lives depending on their place in American society. In spite of these minor criticisms, Kalman presents a good overview of her subject in a reasonably organized, interesting, and attractive manner. A solid introduction to the topic for young readers.
reviewed 19th Century Girls and Women on + 1217 more book reviews
Describes various aspects of the lives of women and girls during the nineteenth century, including their lack of educational opportunities, restrictive clothing, pastimes, courtship and marriage, and limited employment prospects.
Series: Historic Communities: A Bobbie Kalman Series


Length: 32 pages
Industry reviews
Gr 3-5 Using the two-page chapter that has become so widespread in children's nonfiction books, Kalman covers the traditional female role, limited educational opportunities, clothing, leisure time activities, courtship, marriage, childbirth, employment, and the beginnings of the women's rights movement between 1801-1900. Historical photographs, artwork and staged reproductions are in color and of fair to good quality. Two pages are devoted to "Three girls' stories," fictionalized anecdotes from a pioneer girl, an immigrant, and a slave. These are very brief, trite, and not totally successful at reminding readers that 19th-century girls could lead quite varied lives depending on their place in American society. In spite of these minor criticisms, Kalman presents a good overview of her subject in a reasonably organized, interesting, and attractive manner. A solid introduction to the topic for young readers.
reviewed 19th Century Girls and Women on + 10 more book reviews
A nice historical documentary about women in the United States