A WOMAN'S BOOK OF DAYS
Anonymous was a woman!
Beverly wrote "A WOMAN'S BOOK OF DAYS" to enlighten, entertain and inspire girls and women of all ages. It has been designed for readers to record a personal, permanent diary of important birthdays and special memories daily, alongside those of more than 1,000 remarkable women leaders from the past up to the present.
Discover a treasury of "female firsts" and milestone events, accompanied by a visual tribute in photos and art work. The first-of-its-kind journal is rich in little-known facts about popular personalities, as well as many unsung heroines not found in traditional histories. Whether you choose to climb the corporate ladder or Mt. Everest, this daily homage to courageous women will inspire you to explore unchartered frontiers.
These historic and contemporary women leaders confirm that a woman's place today is anywhere she wants to be. From Martha Washington to Martha Stewart, Queen Elizabeth to Queen Latifah, women continue to challenge historic barriers. Pioneer women are making history on the Supreme court and the basketball court and the court of public opinion.
"Celebrate Women Every Day and Make History!" is Beverly's inspirational message. These uncommon women of vision, virtue and valor, have triumphed -- individually and collectively -- to redefine a woman's place today -- at home, at school, at work, at play -- and made society a better place. As Abigail Adams wrote to her husband, John, when he joined Congress in 1776, "Remember the Ladies."
Random House/Crown Publishing, first edition.
Barnes & Noble Books, second edition.
Writing third edition.