Bring Out the Banners
by Geoffrey Trease
London, 1913. A movement is growing, embracing women across England, across classes. An engaging and well-paced slice of historical fiction which avoids the tendency of so many Suffragette histories to gloss over the very real hardships and struggles of these women and the punishments meted out to them by the state. 'A really good context to the Suffragette debate...a really good tool for learning and discussions in school' (Hannah, Social Worker, Letterbox Library reviewer). Age 8-11, Paperback 152pp
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