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“I became a writer because there are things that I have to say. Things that I have to write. Things that I feel passionate about, such as the importance of thinking and learning, of equality and justice, and of sharing and caring.”—Penny Colman

Penny Colman’s Rosie the Riveter was named an IRA Teachers’ Choice and Young Adult Choice and an NCTE Orbis Pictus Honor Book for Outstanding Nonfiction.


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Born in Denver, Colorado, Penny Colman also lived in Oregon, Washington, and Kentucky before her parents settled in North Warren, Pennsylvania, a small town in the northwest corner of the state. Her father... Read More


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Rosie the Riveter: Women Working on the Homefront in World War II
Written by Penny Colman
Trade Paperback

Now in paperback--the award-winning account of how 18 million women, many of whom had never before held a job, entered the work force in 1942-45 to help the United States fight World War II. Their unprecedented participation would change the course of history for women, and America, forever.

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