R is for Rosie the Riveter: Working Women on the Home Front in World War II
R is for Rosie the Riveter: Working Women on the Home Front in World War II
R is for Rosie the Riveter: Working Women on the Home Front in World War II
R is for Rosie the Riveter: Working Women on the Home Front in World War II

R is for Rosie the Riveter: Working Women on the Home Front in World War II

  • By Frances Tunnell Carter and Nell Carter Branum
  • Illustrated by Louise Barbour
  • Hardcover: 32 pages
  • Written by a real Rosie the Riveter and a former elementary school librarian, this nonfiction book for children is an alphabet introduction to women who stepped up on the home front to help win World War II. From building airplanes, tanks, and ships to working as mechanics, clerks, and taxi drivers, these women became known as Rosie the Riveter and changed the American workforce forever. Meet Rosie the Riveter from A to Z!