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  • Fannie Lou Hamer and the Fight for the Vote, 1993.
  • A Woman Unafraid: The Achievements of Frances Perkins, 1993.
  • Madam C. J. Walker: Building a Business Empire, 1994.
  • Toilets, Bathtubs, Sinks, and Sewers: A History of the Bathroom, 1994.
  • Mother Jones and the March of the Mill Children, 1994.
  • Strike: The Bitter Struggle of American Workers from Colonial Times to the Present, 1995.
  • Rosie The Riveter; Women Working on the Home Front in World War II, 1995.
  • Corpses, Coffins, and Crypts: A History of Burial, 1997.
  • Girls: A History of Growing Up Female in America, 2000.
  • Where the Action Was: Women War Correspondents in World War II, 2002.
  • Adventurous Women: Eight True Stories about Women Who Made a Difference, 2006.
  • Thanksgiving: The True Story, 2008.
  • Notable works[edit]

    Adventurous Women: Eight True Stories about Women Who Made a Difference, is a collection of eight enriching and inspirational stories of pioneering 19th century women. The book provides a rich and compelling look at the heroic lives of eight American women from racially and ethically diverse backgrounds who defied the odds to become historic figures. Adventurous Women profiles are Louise Boyd, Arctic explorer; Mary Gibson Henry, botanist; Juana Briones, Hispanic landowner; Alice Hamilton, medicine pioneer; Mary McLeod Bethune, educator, Katherine Wormeley, Civil War nurse, and Peggy Hull, reporter. The book details how all eight women rose above the gender stereotypes and social limitations of their time to achieve immeasurable success in their respective fields.

    The book is a favorite among critics for young readers because of its easy to read style and focus on little known women history. Adventurous Women is listed on several independent and library reading lists for school age readers.

    Corpses, Coffins, and Crypts: A History of Burial is an illustrated social history of the subjects of death and burial across cultures written by Penny Colman. The comprehensive text, enriched with true stories both humorous and poignant, includes a list of burial sites of famous people, images in the arts associated with death, fascinating epitaphs and gravestone carvings, a chronology and a glossary, and over a hundred black-and-white photographs, most of which were taken by the author.. It was named one of the 100 Best of the Best Books for the 21st Century.[9]

    Rosie the Riveter: Women Working on The Home Front In World War II is an illustrated social history of the lives and contributions of women workers during World War II written by Penny Colman. There are more than sixty archival black-and-white photographs (including one of Norma Jeane Baker Dougherty, who later changed her name to Marilyn Monroe), famous posters, advertisements, and cartoons. The author explains the origins of the phrase “Rosie the Riveter.” There are a Select List of Women’s Wartime Jobs, Facts & Figures about Women War Workers, Chronology, and an extensive bibliography. Rosie the Riveter received the Orbis Pictus Honor Award for Outstanding Nonfiction and an International Reading Association’s Teachers’ Choice and Young Adult Choice.[6]

    Awards[edit]

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

    Awards for Girls: A History of Growing up Female in America

    Awards for Where the Action Was: Women War Correspondents in World War II

    Awards for Toilets, Bathtubs, Sinks and Sewers: A History of the Bathroom

    Award for A Woman Un-afraid: The Achievements of Frances Perkins

    Award for Mother Jones and the March of the Mill Children

    Award for Strike!: The Bitter Struggle of American Workers from Colonial Times to the Present

    Additional Honors

    References[edit]

    1. ^ a b "Penny (Morgan) Colman (1944-) - Personal, Addresses, Career, Member, Honors Awards, Writings, Adaptations, Sidelights, Autobiography Feature - Book and Women - JRank Articles". Biography.jrank.org. Retrieved 2014-02-18. 
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    4. ^ "Profile in Literature". Highered.mcgraw-hill.com. Retrieved 2014-02-18. 
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    6. ^ a b c "Kids@Random | Catalog | Penny Colman". Randomhouse.com. Retrieved 2014-02-18. 
    7. ^ "Notable Tradebooks for Young People | National Council for the Social Studies". Socialstudies.org. Retrieved 2014-02-18. 
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    Name Colman, Penny
    Alternative names Morgan, Penelope Granger (birth name); Colman, Penelope Morgan (full name)
    Short description American non-fiction writer
    Date of birth September 2, 1944
    Place of birth Denver, Colorado, USA
    Date of death
    Place of death
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