I was really impressed with this book. There is a LOT that I didn't know about the women's suffrage movement, and this book increased my knowledge without overwhelming me. I really enjoy reading non-fiction designed for younger people, because it usually gives the most important information, allowing me the choice to delve deeper if I want to. I also enjoyed this book because it didn't go over the top in its discussion of feminism.
It discusses the abuses some women received while picketing, but isn't too detailed with no photos of their injuries.
Overall rating: *****