Now that we're through celebrating Read Across America Day, it's time to think about National Women's History Month. I'm personally of the opinion that it's too damn bad that we need a National Women's History Month, and I look forward to the day when women's history is part of our concept of history, period.
However, that's probably not going to be happening in the next 29 days. During that period, you can see what children's literature bloggers and authors have to offer on the subject at Kidlit Celebrates Women's History Month. It "will be featuring a post each day in March by a different author in children's literature or by a blogger who specializes in writing about children's or young adult literature. Each post will tie into Women's History Month."