"Girls Who Rocked the World is full of inspiring stories about young women who demonstrate that people of all ages have the power to create change in the world."
—Midori Goto, violinist, activist, and United Nations Messenger of Peace
"In an appealing, conversational style, McCann presents hort biographies of young women from all over the world, from ancient to contemporary, who prove that youth need not prevent one making a difference....An inspiring, empowering compendium." (Kirkus Reviews)
Michelle Roehm McCann has worked as a children’s book editor and art director for more than twenty years, as well as writing and compiling seven award-winning children’s books of her own. She teaches children’s and young adult book publishing at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband, two world-rocking kids, and their brilliant cats, Horace and Percy.
Amelie Welden started working on the first version of Girls Who Rocked the World as a college student in Portland, Oregon. More recently, she returned to her interest in writing and received an MFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She currently teaches composition at the University of Michigan Dearborn and at Oakland University.