Links to 2011 and 2012 Posts about Women's History Month

Amelia Lost, at Twenty by Jenny
Ballots for Belva:  The True Story of a Woman's Race for the Presidency, at The Fourth Musketeer
Elizabeth Leads the Way:  Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Right to Vote, at The Fourth Musketeer
Eliza's Cherry Trees:  Japan's Gift to America, at The Fourth Musketeer
Essie:  The True Story of a Teenage Fighter in the Bielski Partisans, at The Children's War
Flesh and Blood so Cheap:  The Triangle Factory and Its Legacy, at The Fourth Musketeer
Good Sports: Baseball Heroes, at Shelf-Employed
I Could Do That!  Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote, at The Fourth Musketeer
Night Flight:  Amelia Earhart Crosses the Atlantic, at The Fourth Musketeer
Of Numbers and Stars:  the Story of Hypatia, at Abby the Librarian
The Taxing Case of the Cows:  A True Story About Suffrage, at The Fourth Musketeer
Temple Grandin: How the Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World, at Shelf-employed
The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses, at The Fourth Musketeer
When Molly Was a Harvey Girl, at The Fourth Musketeer
You Forgot Your Skirt, Amelia Bloomer! at The Fourth Musketeer  
We’ll Eat Again: A Collection of Recipes from the War Years by Marguerite Patten – Dropped Scone at the Children's War 
Women's History Month-Non-fiction Style, by Tanya Lee Stone, at I.N.K.

More Booklists
Graphic Novels for Women's History Month, at School Library Journal
Author Shana Corey's picks for Women's History Month at Shana

History's Gutsy Black Heroines, from The Root
Interview with Sue Macy at Kidlit Frenzy
Lois Lenski:  Missionary for Social Justice from The Open Road Blog
Movies for Women's History Month, from Movie Mom
What if Laura Ingalls Hung out at the Mall, from Teaching Authors
Women and Rationing from The Children's War
Women Writers on their Female Heroes, from the Huffington Post
Women's History Month Collides with Poetry Friday, from Teaching Authors
Women's History Month Resources from the Internet Public Library
Writing Authentic Women's History, from Teaching Authors