From the Set History's Yearbook
Who were history's most creative artists? Who was voted "Best Visionary?" In the History's Yearbook series, readers will learn about the amazing and diverse women in history. In Girl Artists, readers will discover and rediscover their favorite heroines and learn about top women artists who have made an impact. Each book in this series is written at a higher maturity level using considerate text at a lower reading level in order to engage struggling readers. Backmatter material includes writing prompts that encourage readers to think creatively and critically. Series includes, a table of contents, educational sidebars, bibliography, glossary, index, and author biography.
|Interest Level||Grade 4 - Grade 8|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|ATOS Reading Level||3.5|
|Guided Reading Level||U|
|Publisher||45th Parallel Press|
|Available Formats||Reinforced book (9781534147881), Paperback (9781534150744), PDF (9781534149311), ePub (9781534156258), Hosted ebook (9781534152175), Kindle (9781534154599)|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Dimensions||7 x 9|
|Graphics||Full-color photographs, Historical photographs|
Author: Virginia Loh-Hagan
Dr. Virginia Loh-Hagan was born in the luckiest of all years, the Year of the Dragon. She’s an author, university professor, curriculum designer, and former elementary school teacher. She was inspired to write this story after doing author visits. Her young audiences wanted to know more about Chinese New Year! She lives in San Diego with one well-trained husband and two very naughty dogs.
- Best All Around: Hildegard Von Bingen
- Most Determined: Ruth Asawa
- Most Versatile: Josephine Baker
- Best Visionary: Georgia O’Keeffe
- Most Awarded: Maria Tallchief
- Most Talented: Clara Schumann
- Most Well-Traveled: Dorothea Lange
- Most Independent: Maria Izquierdo
- Biggest Rebel: Mary Cassatt
- Hardest Worker: Alice Guy-Blaché
- Class Clown: Fanny Brice
- Best Onstage Presence: Bette Davis
- Your Turn!
- Consider This!