My Story: Suffragette

What would you risk your life for? To the women of England, not being able to vote means not counting as a real person… Do you expect to vote one day? To have a voice in how your country works? Well – in 1909, only men get a say! That’s how the rotten system works. But some brave women are sick of being second-class citizens. Like Dollie Baxter – a teenager swept up in the fight for the women’s vote. She’s among ten thousand campaigners who march against Parliament, led by Emmeline Pankhurst. But when the protest turns violent, Dollie must decide how far she’ll go…

  • Brilliant companion reading for the Suffragette film
  • Exciting fictional diary from a million-selling series
  • An exciting story full of authentic historical facts
  • Carol Drinkwater is a bestselling author and TV actress

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    This book is inspiring to me as a girl. Now I think I should do something like this to make change in my society.

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    17 June 2013

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  • Carol Drinkwater

    Carol Drinkwater is a former actress and now best-selling author for both children and adults. She has written many My Story titles for Scholastic and is the author of the highly successful Olive Farm series. Carol lives in the south of France.

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