Every decade has its flavor, and in Girlhood in America the flavor of each decade between 1910 and 2010 is deliciously clear. The 1910s open the book, with a short history of the country that includes what life was like for girls under thirteen years old. Pop culture highlights follow at the start of every chapter, […]
About Suzanne Sherman
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Entries by Suzanne Sherman
Two thousand years ago, the Celts celebrated Samhain, their New Year, on October 31st. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death. It was believed that during the transition from one year to the […]
In creating Girlhood in America I discovered that life as a young girl in every decade of a century has more to teach than we could guess. Chasing a horse-drawn fire engine on a New York City street in 1915? We may have seen a black and white photo of it on Pinterest or in a […]
Kirkus Reviews selected Girlhood in America as an editor’s pick to appear in the August 1 issue. Less than 10 percent of Kirkus’s Indie reviews are chosen for this. You can read the review here, or at the link above. KIRKUS REVIEW Girlhood in America: Personal Stories 1910 – 2010 by Suzanne Sherman This nonfiction collection offers more than 50 […]
100 Years in the Life Book Series
The 100 Years in the Life series is the place to discover what life has been like in every decade of a hundred years through the personal story.
In the first book, Girlhood in America, you’ll see a century through the eyes of girls under thirteen, with 56 stories from every decade between 1910 and 2010 and from all around the country. Influencing events in each decade and fascinating pop culture highlights open every chapter/decade. The series continues with "Teenage Girls! Coming of Age Through a Century," followed by "American Women: Voices of a Changing Century" and "Romance: From Parlor Courtships to Same-Sex Marriages." A stunning century comes to life in the voices of people who were there.