Skip to content ↓

Women's History Month 2024

International Women's Day
Friday 8th March

Please click on the link here for an inspirational Women's History Month calendar for March.









Celebrate International Women's Day
with some of these suggestions 

Cinderella is Dead by Kallyn Bayron

It’s 200 years after Cinderella found her prince, but the fairy tale is over. Teen girls are now required to appear at the Annual Ball, where the men of the kingdom select wives based on a girl’s display of finery.

Sixteen-year-old Sophia would much rather marry Erin, her childhood best friend, than parade in front of suitors. At the ball, Sophia makes the desperate decision to flee, and finds herself hiding in Cinderella’s mausoleum. There, she meets Constance, the last known descendant of Cinderella and her step-sisters.  Together they vow to bring down the king once and for all.


This Book is Feminist by Jamia Wilson and Aurelia Durand

'This Book Is Feminist' is a vibrantly illustrated introduction to intersectional feminism for pre-teens and teens.

Discover the history and meaning of the feminist movement through 15 reasons why feminism improves life for everyone.


My Brothers Have Not Read Little Women
by Scarlett Curtis

We sailed to Treasure Island,
Became Lord of the Flies,
We saw ourselves in Holden C,
Damaged, sad and wise.

We gave our time to Oliver.
Our hearts to Spider-man.
Followed Charlie to the factory,
Took flight with Peter Pan.

Your words are universal.
Your characters are true.
Your stories transcend gender,
But women write books too.

Popular Culture

Moxie - Netflix

Vivian Carter is fed up. Fed up with her small-town Texas high school, who thinks the football team can do no wrong.

Fed up with sexist dress codes and hallway harassment. But most of all, Viv Carter is fed up with always following the rules.

Please click here for further reading materials and other useful links.