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I Could Do That!: Esther Morris Gets Women the Vote
By Linda Arms White and Nancy Carpenter (illustrator)
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Farrar Straus & Giroux
Publication date September 6, 2005
Binding School and Library
Book category Easy Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780374335274
ISBN-10 0374335273
Dimensions 0.50 by 10 by 11.50 in.
Weight 1.05 lbs.
Original list price $17.99
Other format details juvenile
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In 1869, a woman whose 'can-do' attitude had shaped her life was instrumental in making Wyoming the first state to allow women to vote, then became the first woman to hold public office in the United States. Jr Lib Guild.
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Full of humor and spunk – just like Esther!



"I could do that," says six-year-old Esther as she watches her mother making tea. Start her own business at the age of nineteen? Why, she could do that, too. But one thing Esther and other women could NOT do was vote. Only men could do that.

With lively text and humorous illustrations as full of spirit as Esther herself, this striking picture book biography shows how one girl's gumption propels her through a life filled with challenges until, in 1869, she wins the vote for women in Wyoming Territory – the first time ever in the United States!


I Could Do That! is a 2006 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.



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9780374335274 | details & prices | 10.00 × 11.50 × 0.50 in. | Rec. grade levels 1-2 | 1.05 lbs | List price $17.99
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