Noisemakers: 25 Women Who Raised their Voices & Changed the World Vol. 1
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Noisemakers: 25 Women Who Raised their Voices & Changed the World Vol. 1

Publisher: Knopf Release Date: February 5, 2020 Cover Price: $25.99 Critic Reviews: 3
9.2Critic Rating
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From the creators of Kazoo magazine, a quarterly magazine for girls ages 5-12, which Amy Poehler's Smart Girls called "required reading," comes a graphic novel anthology of women who are not afraid to make some noise! Did anyone ever get anywhere by being quiet? To change anything, you have to make some noise! From the creators of the award-winning Kazoo magazine comes a look at the lives of 25 extraordinary women through the eyes of 25 extraordinary comic artists. In chapters titled "Grow", "Tinker", "Play", "Create", "Rally", and "Explore", you'll meet Eugenie Clark, who swam with sharks, Raye Montague, who revolutionized the design process more

  • 10
    Comic Watch - Cody White Jan 31, 2019

    Noisemakers, for starters, is an absolutely beautiful volume, both aesthetically as well as in its intent. Kazoo Magazine and Editor in Chief Erin Bried have gathered a tremendous amount of talent with this book in the name of reminding young girls that their voices are just as valuable as anybody's and that they are capable of doing anything. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    The Daily Fandom - Katie Beste Feb 4, 2020

    Stories have incredible power, and these ones are no exception. Noisemakers: 25 Women Who Raised Their Voices & Changed The World forges deep connections between readers and some of historys greatest women so far to transform our understanding of what is possible. A diverse cast of women and artists is here to teach, comfort and inspire everyone. Despite many hardships, these women prevailed. So why don't you pick up a copy of Noisemakers, find your voice, and make some noise today! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    But Why Tho? - Kate Snchez Feb 4, 2020

    Overall, Noisemakers is a great graphic novel with beautiful and important stories. While I wish they had taken time to include Latinas, specifically US-born Latinas in its pages, the overall message of the book is clear, it's not only okay to make noise, but it's necessary. Read Full Review

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