Reporting Under Fire: 16 Daring Women War Correspondents and Photojournalists Volume 9

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Chicago Review Press
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5.84 X 8.69 X 0.92 inches | 0.92 pounds

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About the Author

Kerrie Logan Hollihan is the author of Elizabeth I, The People's Queen; Isaac Newton and Physics for Kids; Rightfully Ours; and Theodore Roosevelt for Kids. She has written for Bird Watcher's Digest and Boy's Life. She lives in Blue Ash, Ohio.


"Add this highly readable book to your collection even if students read only one story." --Library Media Connection
"A well-researched and riveting book...Not only do readers gain a healthy respect for each reporter, but they also gain insight into global history. As such, the book reads like a narrative time line of world history, women's rights, and the field of journalism as a whole." --School Library Journal
"Kerrie Logan Hollihan chronicles the lives of women reporters from World War I to the present day in a storytelling mode that illuminates how these women laid the groundwork for feminist movements in the decades succeeding them." --Bitch magazine
"Hollihan's narrative is exciting and sheds light on not only the dangers these women faced, but their struggles to be accepted in a field historically dominated by men." --The Nonfiction Detectives
"With an informative and engaging style, Kerrie Logan Hollihan makes this nonfiction biography read like an exciting adventure."