New in 2020 In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Suffrage Debbie is proud to announce her newest character: Alice Paul. The suffragette, who many believe was the driving engine behind the movement the last 7 years - from 1913 to 1920, and who in 1922 wrote and introduced the Equal Rights Amendment - which she fought for the rest of her life.
The daring story of Mrs. Bertha Knight Landes, who in 1926 became not only Seattle’s first woman mayor, but the first woman mayor of any major metropolitan city in the United States!
The life story of American Poet Emily Dickinson. A very passionate, introspective and reclusive woman who, after a life time of obscurity and rejection, was finally recognized as a powerful voice in American Poetry eight years after her death in 1886.
The story of the Denny Party, the first 24 pioneers of Seattle, as remembered by Louisa Boren-Denny the first bride of Seattle.
The story of Catharine Blaine, early pioneer, missionary and first official school teacher of Seattle in 1854.
The courageous stories of two Revolutionary War heroines, Molly Pitcher and 12 year old Elizabeth Zane.
The heroic tales of Harriet Beecher-Stowe (author of Uncle Tom's Cabin) and Harriet Tubman, the woman who led hundreds of slaves on the Underground Railroad.
The antics of Annie Oakley and Calamity Jane, two women from the old wild west.
The stories of 3 Native American heroines, Pocahontas, Sacagawea and Chief Seattle's daughter Princess Angeline.
First female investigative journalist in America.
The story of Anna Mary Robertson Moses who, without any formal art training, began painting when she was almost 70 years old and became one of our country's most beloved folk artists.
Meet First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, one of the first delegates to the U.N. in 1945 and a peaceful warrior for Human Rights.
Listen as Anne Morrow Lindbergh shares her life story and recounts some of her flight adventures with her world famous aviator husband Colonel Charles Lindbergh.
American scientist, marine biologist and author of SILENT SPRING, the book many believe started the environmental movement.
Enjoy the childhood story of this beloved English author and illustrator as Debbie brings her to life and shares two of Ms. Potters most popular tales, Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
A collage of heartfelt stories that illustrate the importance of cross generational sharing and the power of story to connect us, regardless of age, gender or cultural background.
A collection of multi cultural folktales and stories that emphasize love of neighbor, kindness and forgiveness as steps toward peace.
Heartwarming seasonal stories that are sure to touch the heart and lift your spirits.
A beautiful telling of Henry Van Dykes famous literary Christmas parable.