Ladies Of Lulu: Books For Women's History Month
March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate the incredible women who use Lulu, we’re featuring a selection from the Ladies of Lulu today. Enjoy these books by women creators and featuring a variety of themes.
Women’s History Month began as a national observance in the 1980s as Women’s History Week and grew into a month-long series of events to honor and recognize the variety of ways women have contributed to American history. These events also include International Women’s Day, a global day that began in 1911 and continues to inspire people to take action to advance gender parity. At Lulu, we are continually inspired by our very own President and COO, Kathy Hensgen. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment and we celebrate women in business every day.
The Ladies of Lulu
We’ve got a variety of books in a variety of genres to share today.
Crossing the Finish Line
Addie Perkins Williamson is founder and CEO of Perkins Williamson Associates; a boutique organizational-development consulting firm that helps companies increase their operating effectiveness and efficiency, ensure high levels of employee engagement, and improve their overall global competitiveness.
The Drinking Woman’s Diet
Do you love your wine but worry about your health and weight? This book is crammed full of ideas, advice from specialists, and tried and tested recommendations to help maintain your health without giving up your love of wine and fine food.
Beyond Every Wall
A remarkable journey in the life of young girl, born in Barbados, and her incredible stories as she struggled to become the first African American transplant surgeon in the United States. This book gives you a remarkable glimpse into the life and culture of Barbados.
How Not to Save the World
Remi Austin is a fundraiser for the African Peace Collaborative (APC), a conflict resolution nonprofit founded by her late mother. Frustrated by her inability to raise funds and faced with the imminent closure of the APC, Remi turns to a life of crime to keep her nonprofit afloat.
Wiggle and Oink
Two little piglet friends are very different. Sometimes their differences get in the way. Sometimes they discover they are not so different after all, especially when these two little boy pigs discover GIRLS! A humorous picture book for early childhood and primary about learning to relate to the opposite gender!
I'll Always Love You No Matter What
Jaxon sees the world differently and loves to questions things that matter to him the most. Join Jaxon as he finds out what love means. This beautifully illustrated introduction to Autism celebrates the special characteristics of children on the spectrum.
Girls Who Colored Outside the Lines
Growing up, we all have heroes -- from cartoon characters that remind us of us, to famous people who've overcome the same challenges we face. But finding these heroes isn't easy for everyone, especially young girls of color. That's why we made Girls Who Colored Outside the Lines, a coloring book featuring groundbreaking women of color.
You Do You Journal
A 90 day journal of learning to love yourself again by setting intention for the day with gratitude and goals. We can't possibly send love to others when we don't feel it about ourselves. My hope is this book helps set the tone for your day and becomes one of your favorite practices.
How I Look Journal
Newly revised fifth edition adds new material that resonated in the classroom! This research-based journal provides age-appropriate information on topics relevant to healthy development and self-acceptance including identity, stress, growth and development, media awareness, healthy lifestyle, self-talk, role models and clothing tips to improve body acceptance.
Breathe Big Live Big "A Starter Guide For Your Awesome Life"
Breathe Big Live Big is a self-help book for people who are ready to start, or restart, rocking the Awesome Life of their dreams right now! In this how-to guide, inspiration expert and wellness industry leader Tracye Warfield offers 22 advice-filled chapters with her funny, at times poignant, inspiring real-life stories, tips, exercises, and takeaways on how to show up big and bold to each moment.
The Bipolar Diet: Managing Mood, Food and Weight
The Bipolar Diet: Managing Mood, Food and Weight
21 Meals 63 Days: An Easy Paleo Whole30 Meal Plan
21 Days 63 Meals: An Easy Paleo Whole30 Meal Plan A simple easy meal plan for busy people who like to eat healthy. One month of paleo, whole30, and plant based recipes. Includes weekly shopping lists, daily nutritional information, and easy tasty recipes to keep you fueled and satisfied.
Books For The Kids
This additional selection of books is perfect for your kids. From adventure to education, these women authors bring stories your kids are sure to love.
Often Black parents grapple with the decision on when to talk with their young son about challenging topics such as racism or how to interact with authority figures. This book serves as a resource to help introduce these difficult topics, seeks to provide parents guidance on how to talk to their son, and offers ways to empower black boys.
There's A Bear in My Closet
Max finds a bear in his closet, but no one in the house believes him. He must make a quick decision even though he is understandably terrified.
The Missing Oink
The Missing Oink is a pragmatic picture book about accepting change with grace, instead of defeat. This book is intended to facilitate conversations between parent/guardian and child (ren) about the feelings associated with uncomfortable situations and falls in the category of resilience literature.
Archiesaurus is a story packed with adventure and meaning that encourages children to build emotional resilience. It starts with Archie, a young boy who finds his dinosaur friend, Ruby, in his own backyard! They travel to a magical world where they face various challenges and find delicious rewards along the way.
What is Privilege?
What is Privilege?’ is an ABC book designed specifically for grown-ups and children to read together. We want to inspire little minds to make big changes! As you read through the book, you will encounter important social issues and societal concepts. We’ve taken these grown-up topics and broken them down so they can be easily understood by children!
The Great E8
E8 is Harriet and M15's famous eaglet from the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam. This story will melt your heart as you read about its adventurous life growing up and the hardships it went through. You can't help but fall in love with this brave eagle and will be cheering it on at the end.
Animal Dads is a book based on real animal dads whose parenting skills are above all others in the animal kingdom. From seahorses to emperor penguins, readers will learn about how these animal dads are number one when raising their offspring.
I Am Beautiful
I Am Beautiful empowers young people around the world that true beauty comes from who you are. Embrace and love your culture, individuality, and resilience.
We hope you found a book that makes you say “Wow” and inspires you to think about some of the amazing women in your life. Take a moment today and all throughout the month of March to reflect on the contributions of women around the world and the many vital roles they play, both large and small, in all of our lives.
Check out last year’s Ladies of Lulu for even more incredible women authors – 2018 Ladies of Lulu.