1. Rise Up Women: The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes - by Diane Atkinson
This is the full story of the battle for women's right to vote in the early 20th century, and how the movement brought together women across class, age and race divides.
2. Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary - by Anita Anand
The incredible story of Sophia Duleep Singh, god daughter of Queen Victoria, who was raised in royalty but became a campaigner for equality, Indian Independence and women's suffrage. Even the Mail on Sunday described this story as 'fascinating'.
3. Eleanor Marx: A Life - by Rachel Holmes
Eleanor Marx - as well as being the daughter of the famous economic theorist - was a translator, writer, trade union leader and feminist pioneer. Rachel Holmes's book tells the story of the woman who had the biggest impact on British politics in the late 19th century.
4. Fantastically Great Women Who Made History - by Kate Pankhurst
This book is the follow up to 'Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World', which was the number one bestselling children's nonfiction book in 2017. From Harriet Tubman's 'Underground Railroad' which helped fleeing slaves, to Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein', this book, written by a distant relation of the famous Suffragette family, celebrates inspirational women around the world.