Women's History Month
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate the women who have made and changed our world.
Buckinghamshire Libraries have a wide range of books to help you explore the impact of women across the globe, from Ancient Egypt to modern times, from the lives of the great and the good to the lives of the overlooked and the rebels and renegades.
Discover the adventures of Maud West, private detective; learn about the “Bright Sparks” and their inventions or read about the lives of female slaves in the plantations.
Remember our digital resources are free to use with your library card.
The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography is available online and has over 9,000 biographies of significant or notorious women who have shaped British history, from Alice Abadam to Rosina Maria Zornlin, from Queen Elizabeth 1 to police officer Lilian Wyles.
Britannica Online offers biographies of women of many nationalities and times, from Sappho the Ancient Greek poet to musician Amy Winehouse.
These and other online resources are listed in our elibrary.
Find someone new to inspire and amaze you this March!