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CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 È ❴Read❵ ➱ Mary Walker Wears the Pants Author Cheryl Harness – Berkingmad.co.uk Mary Edwards Walker was unconventional for her time She was one of the first women doctors in the country she was a suffragist and she wore pants And when the Civil War struck she took to the battlefiRead Mary Walker Wears the Pants Author Cheryl Harness Berkingmad.co.uk Mary Edwards Walker was unconventional for her time She was one of the first women doctors in the country she was a suffragist and she wore pants And when the Civil War stru.

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Cheryl Harness ↠ 9 CHARACTERS Odified Union uniform as a commissioned Mary Walker Epub / doctor For her service she became the only woman ever to earn the Medal of Honor This picture book biography tells the story of a remarkable woman who challenged traditional roles and lived life on her own term.

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  • Ms. Yingling

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsI'm becoming and convinced that picture book biographies might be the way to go to incorporate nonfiction into the curriculum For example this excellent biography would go along with fiction books about women's rights the civil war and anything with medicine I also think it's important for young people girls especially to be reminded that society was not always as it is today and that women have not been allowed to wear pants on a regular basis for that long Forty years ago teachers on many districts could only wear pants if they had a coordinating jacket that completely covered their derriere This was a fascinating look at the life of one very outspoken woman who did not let the s of the times limit was she was able to do


  • QNPoohBear

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsMary Walker scandalized everyone in 19th century society by wearing pants Pass the smelling salts She enjoyed the comfort and freedom men's clothing allowed her Free from her restrictive corsets and hoop skirts Mary Walker then chose to go to medical school and become a real doctor More smelling salts please During the Civil War she put her skills to good use to doctor the soldiers in Washington DC Her life was long and eventful and she never stopped fighting for women's rights A biographical note is included at the endMary Walker was a fascinati


  • Kimberly

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsWonderful Look up some photographs of the real Mary Walker I wish one had been included in the book and you'll be treated to some fascinating pictures of he


  • Earl

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsIt's still mind boggling the things women weren't allowed to be and do Defying expectations of what she was expected to wear and proving she could do things men were able to Mary Wal


  • Lynn Davidson

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsMary Walker was one of the very first female doctors She believed women should be able to wear non restrictive clothing and cho


  • Alicia

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsAh so glad that sexism was alive and well so long ago and is still with us now Walker was a woman who liked the flexibility and movement of pants rather than skirts and corsets so clearly there must be something wrong with her if she wanted to wear pants And then she was smart enough and talented enough to be a doctor Crazy woman Who had to fight uietly and loudly at times for her place in the world giving of her talent and skills even when most showed they didn’t want them She persevered She persisted And we’re all the better for knowing her story


  • ThePinkCarrot

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsThe True Story of Civil War Hero is what attracted me to this book But inside the story was even better I've always been a pants crusader for women ever wonder why generic symbols of women always wear dresses and so Mary Walker is my new Hero Wish she was here so I could shake her hand She was truly an amazing woman and now I'd like to read an adult book biography of her This is an ideal book to teach children the lesson of being a rebel but in a good way


  • Danielle

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsThe title is hilarious And what's in the book is momentous


  • Jo Oehrlein

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsThe book doesn't seem to know what it wants to be Is this about one of the first women doctors in America Is it about a doctor in the Civil War Is it about dress reform If it's going to be all of those it needs a strong theme to pull it all together and there's just not oneIt freaked me out that in 1917 Congress retracted the Medals of Honor from almost 1000 Civil War veterans Really people That makes no senseMary Walker seems like the kind of person it would be interesting to read about


  • Maggie

    CHARACTERS Mary Walker Wears the Pants 109 Mary Walker Wears the PantsIn school children are taught about the women’s suffrage movement but few encounter the name Dr Mary Edwards Walker This nicely illustrated book suitable for students ages 8 to 11 portrays a uniue champion for women’s rights who was far ahead of her timeFrom an early age Mary Walker was a trailblazer She attended medical school and became one of the first American women doctors in 1855 When the Civil War began she asked to join the army as a surgeon but was initially turned down Undeterred she volunteered to treat wounded soldiers in a hospital at Washington DC By 1863 she was appointed as an assistant surgeon in the Union Army where she modified an officer’s uniform so she could wear pants and work in field hospitals She was even captured by Confederate soldiers in Tennessee then released months later in exchange for a Confeder