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Interest Age 11+ Reading Age 8+. This is a great book for children who want a book that's shorter with fewer words on the page than your typical book for this age range whilst at the same time getting a great snapshot to a very important part of our history. This is the story of Emily Davison, a suffragette who campaigned hard to get votes for women in the early part of the 20th century. She died in the process, under the King’s horse at the Derby meeting at Epsom, but it was this action that really began the process of giving the vote to women. At only 64 pages in length, it’s a book that even the most reluctant reader will breeze through.
Derby Day, 1913. A woman called Emily Davison walks on to the race track and is trampled to death by the King's horse. Why did she do it? The fascinating story of the life of one of the most famous suffragettes and her fight for women's rights.
|Publication date:||15th January 2010|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 3|
Q & A with the Author about her book The Perfect Rebel What made you want to write this book? Emily Davison, because she was an amazing woman who did everything she could to help give women more rights. Today, Emily’s story is almost forgotten ... but not quite. I wanted to write it down so more people could hear about it. Who is your role model? My daughter Imogen is my role model. She never lets her dyslexia stop her from trying her best, and being really cheerful about everything that she does. Which suffragette do you most ...More About Deborah Chancellor