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March Books For Kids

A new month means a new reason for great additions to our children’s libraries. This month we celebrate Women’s History Month, so I wanted to include some special reads about some incredible ladies. Highlighting brave women who defied the odds helps empower both girls and boys! March always means St. Patricks Day which has always been a favorite in our household! I included a fun leprechaun book for readers of all ages. I hope you all enjoy this last month of winter while looking towards the changing season into spring! Happy March!

An important read for both boys and girls this Women’s History Month. Malala Yousafzai continues to be an inspiration around the world.
This story is a great lesson in the idea of waiting for little ones. This book offers it’s readers resources and tools for waiting patiently.
A great read for ages 10+ and for anyone who has never felt like they didn’t “fit in”. This book is wickedly funny and totally colorful!
Follow Luna and Isabella as they adventure around the globe in hopes of restoring the seasons and saving the world. Their quest is filled with bravery and magic.
We clearly have an amazing theme this month. This book highlights brilliant immigrant women who changed the world!
What can I say about this book and Michelle Obama that hasn’t been said before! I am so thrilled about this new adaptation and I think its an amazing addition to any little library.
When you cultivate kindness it has a ripple effect! This sweet story very poetically reminds children how small acts of kindness go a long way.
Do you have an athlete in your household? Then this is the book for them this Women’s History Month!
Everyone of all ages can embrace feminism. This is a child friendly take on a very important historic movement and way of life.
This is a fun story about a little girl who was told not to let her unicorn wear a tutu, but she has the most perfect tutu for her unicorn.
This amazing book celebrates diversity while reminding readers of how beautifully unique they all are. That they can take their special qualities into their futures to create the lives they wish to live.
March means St. Patricks Day, and this book is a long time favorite for this special holiday. A funny festive story recommended by teachers.
This is the perfect book to celebrate Women’s History Month. This great addition highlights some of history’s marvelous daring women!
A very important and simple message that we all belong to the one world we share. We may look different or like different things, but we all belong.
We absolutely LOVE this book series. She Persisted always highlights incredible women of history. the stories always leave my girls inspired.

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11 thoughts on “March Books For Kids”

  1. I love the options you chose for March! My kiddos are too big for these, but I definitely got some inspo for their reading list!

  2. I love the book covers. And the topic of each book are so interesting. Thanks for recommending these.

  3. wow! So many interesting books for kids! I like the Luna and Magical Piano. I think my kid will love it.

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