March is Women's History Month. Visit womenshistorymonth.govopens a new window to see photographs as well as audio and video clips from the collections of the National Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian and more.
Visit the Molly Brown House
- Use the Exploration Passopens a new window to visit the Molly Brown House for free and learn about one of Denver's most historic women.
Genealogy and Research
- Check out genealogy resourcesopens a new window available through the library, including Ancestry.comopens a new window.
- Start piecing together your family history (and mysteries!) with these websitesopens a new window and start filling out your family tree.
- Not sure where to begin? We can help! Ask a Librarianopens a new window for a 30-minute appointment.
For Teens and Adults
- If you like true stories, these seven novels feature trailblazing womenopens a new window.
- Dive into the lives of interesting real-life womenopens a new window as imagined by talented novelists.
- Pick up a book about some real-life remarkable womenopens a new window who blazed their own trails.
- Expand your reading horizons with these books that feature women of coloropens a new window as the main character.
- Read about (fictional but based on fact) lives of queens and emperessesopens a new window who shaped history.
- Learn about brave mighty girlsopens a new window, perfect for elementary-aged students.
- Be inspired by picture books of role-model-worthy strong girlsopens a new window.
- You can make a difference in the world: these extraordinary womenopens a new window did!
Books to Read
- Craving success? Read The Gutsy Girl Handbook.
- Want to make your own money? Read #Girlboss.
- Ready to stand up and lead? Read Lean in.
- Time to conquer your life? Read How to Be A Bawse.
- Need courage? Read Daring Greatly.
- Time to open your heart? Read Loving Bravely.
- Need a laugh and a cry? Read We Are Never Meeting in Real Life.