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Wonderful Women of the World

Wonderful Women of the World - Laurie Halse Anderson

Wonderful Women of the World


Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

"Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation," written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent," written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

"Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted," written and drawn by Renae De Liz

"Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh," written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

"Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar," written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

"Beyonc ," (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

"Mari Copeny," (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

"Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation," written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

"Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick," written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

"Emma Gonzalez: Never Again," written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

"Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark," written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

"Ellen Ochoa," (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

"Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World," written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

"Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T.," written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

"Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny," written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

"Keiko Agena," (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

"Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome," written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

"Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams," written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Women change the World...

...they've been doing it for centuries. Now New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson has gathered female and nonbinary writers and artists to reveal the women making our world better day by day. Real-world heroes who exemplify the best of Wonder Woman herself: her strength, compassion, and commitment to truth, equality, and justice.

Read the stories of Beyonc� (by Mikki Kendall and A.D'Amico), Keiko Agena (by Sarah Kuhn, Lynne Yoshii, and Carrie Strachan), M�rcia Barbosa (by Corinna Bechko and Anastasia Longoria), Bren� Brown (by Louise Simonson and Nicole Goux), Mariana Costa Checa (by Melissa Marr and Marcela Cespedes), Mari Copeny (by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Sharee Miller, and Silvana Brys), Teara Fraser (by Traci Sorell and Natasha Donovan), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (by Lilah Sturges, Devaki Neogi, and Triona Farrell), Judith Heumann (by Marieke Nijkamp and Ashanti Fortson), Marsha P. Johnson (by Jadzia Axelrod and Michaela Washington), Leiomy Maldonado (by Magdalen Visaggio and Emma Kubert), Ellen Ochoa (by Cecil Castellucci and Carina Guevara), Francisca Nneka Okeke (by Dr. Sheena C. Howard and Laylie Frazier), Greta Thunberg (by Kami Garcia and Igzell), Naomi Watanabe (by Jody Houser and Michiums), Serena Williams (by Danielle Page, Brittney Williams, and Caitlin Quirk), Edith Widnsor (by Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs), Malala Yousafzai (by Son M. and Safiya Zerrougui), and Khatijah Mohamad Yusoff (by Amanda Deibert, Hanie Mohd, and Shari Chankhamma).
Women change the World...

...they've been doing it for centuries. Now New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson has gathered female and nonbinary writers and artists to reveal the women making our world better day by day. Real-world heroes who exemplify the best of Wonder Woman herself: her strength, compassion, and commitment to truth, equality, and justice.

Read the stories of Beyonc� (by Mikki Kendall and A.D'Amico), Keiko Agena (by Sarah Kuhn, Lynne Yoshii, and Carrie Strachan), M�rcia Barbosa (by Corinna Bechko and Anastasia Longoria), Bren� Brown (by Louise Simonson and Nicole Goux), Mariana Costa Checa (by Melissa Marr and Marcela Cespedes), Mari Copeny (by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Sharee Miller, and Silvana Brys), Teara Fraser (by Traci Sorell and Natasha Donovan), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (by Lilah Sturges, Devaki Neogi, and Triona Farrell), Judith Heumann (by Marieke Nijkamp and Ashanti Fortson), Marsha P. Johnson (by Jadzia Axelrod and Michaela Washington), Leiomy Maldonado (by Magdalen Visaggio and Emma Kubert), Ellen Ochoa (by Cecil Castellucci and Carina Guevara), Francisca Nneka Okeke (by Dr. Sheena C. Howard and Laylie Frazier), Greta Thunberg (by Kami Garcia and Igzell), Naomi Watanabe (by Jody Houser and Michiums), Serena Williams (by Danielle Page, Brittney Williams, and Caitlin Quirk), Edith Widnsor (by Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs), Malala Yousafzai (by Son M. and Safiya Zerrougui), and Khatijah Mohamad Yusoff (by Amanda Deibert, Hanie Mohd, and Shari Chankhamma).

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Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

"Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation," written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent," written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

"Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted," written and drawn by Renae De Liz

"Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh," written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

"Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar," written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

"Beyonc ," (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

"Mari Copeny," (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

"Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation," written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

"Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick," written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

"Emma Gonzalez: Never Again," written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

"Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark," written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

"Ellen Ochoa," (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

"Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World," written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

"Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T.," written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

"Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny," written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

"Keiko Agena," (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

"Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome," written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

"Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams," written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more

Wonder Women of History spotlights these notable women:

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: New Voice of the Nation, written by Lilliam Rivera and drawn by Anastasia Longoria

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Dissent, written by Lilah Sturges and drawn by Devaki Neogi

Elizabeth Warren: Nevertheless, She Persisted, written and drawn by Renae De Liz

Rashida Tlaib: As American as Kenefeh, written and drawn by Marguerite Dabaie

Teara Fraser: Helping Others Soar, written by Traci Sorell and drawn by Natasha Donovan

Beyonc , (title not final), written by Mikki Kendall and drawn A. D'Amico

Mari Copeny, (title not final), written by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich and drawn by Sharee Miller

Edith Windsor: How One Woman's Love Changed a Nation, written by Amanda Deibert and drawn by Cat Staggs

Marsha P. Johnson: The Beauty of a Brick, written by Jadzia Axelrod and drawn and colored by Michaela Washington

Emma Gonzalez: Never Again, written by Kami Garcia and drawn by Igzell

Judith Heumann: How to Ignite a Spark, written by Marieke Nijkamp and drawn by Ashanti Fortson

Ellen Ochoa, (title not final), written by Cecil Castellucci and drawn by Carina Guevara

Shi Zhengli: The Real-Life Bat-Woman Working to Save the World, written by Emily X.R. Pan and drawn by Wendy Xu

Serena Williams: Super Serena--G.O.A.T., written by Danielle Paige and drawn by Brittney Williams

Tig Notaro: Women Are Funny, written by Sara Farizan and drawn by Nicole Goux

Keiko Agena, (title not final), written by Sarah Kuhn and drawn by Lynn Yoshii

Dominique Dawes: Awesome Dawesome, written by Danny Lore and drawn by Robyn Smith

Janelle Monae: (Android with) Electric Guitar Dreams, written by Vita Ayala, and drawn by O'NeillJones

This title also includes pinups by Weshoyot Alvitre, Colleen Doran, Agnes Garbowska, Bex Glendining, Ashley A. Woods, and Safiya Zerrougui.

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

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Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Not all heroes wear capes!

Wonder Woman has been an inspiration for decades, and while not everyone would choose her star-spangled outfit for themselves, her compassion and fairness are worthy of emulation. We'll be presenting tales of the real-world heroes who take up Diana's mantle and work in the fields of science, sports, activism, diplomacy, and more!

New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson brings together an all-star cast of authors and illustrators in this anthology of contemporary Wonder Women--and how they've changed our world.

Please note: this cover is not final.
Women change the World...

...they've been doing it for centuries. Now New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson has gathered female and nonbinary writers and artists to reveal the women making our world better day by day. Real-world heroes who exemplify the best of Wonder Woman herself: her strength, compassion, and commitment to truth, equality, and justice.

Read the stories of Beyonc� (by Mikki Kendall and A.D'Amico), Keiko Agena (by Sarah Kuhn, Lynne Yoshii, and Carrie Strachan), M�rcia Barbosa (by Corinna Bechko and Anastasia Longoria), Bren� Brown (by Louise Simonson and Nicole Goux), Mariana Costa Checa (by Melissa Marr and Marcela Cespedes), Mari Copeny (by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Sharee Miller, and Silvana Brys), Teara Fraser (by Traci Sorell and Natasha Donovan), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (by Lilah Sturges, Devaki Neogi, and Triona Farrell), Judith Heumann (by Marieke Nijkamp and Ashanti Fortson), Marsha P. Johnson (by Jadzia Axelrod and Michaela Washington), Leiomy Maldonado (by Magdalen Visaggio and Emma Kubert), Ellen Ochoa (by Cecil Castellucci and Carina Guevara), Francisca Nneka Okeke (by Dr. Sheena C. Howard and Laylie Frazier), Greta Thunberg (by Kami Garcia and Igzell), Naomi Watanabe (by Jody Houser and Michiums), Serena Williams (by Danielle Page, Brittney Williams, and Caitlin Quirk), Edith Widnsor (by Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs), Malala Yousafzai (by Son M. and Safiya Zerrougui), and Khatijah Mohamad Yusoff (by Amanda Deibert, Hanie Mohd, and Shari Chankhamma).
Women change the World...

...they've been doing it for centuries. Now New York Times bestselling author Laurie Halse Anderson has gathered female and nonbinary writers and artists to reveal the women making our world better day by day. Real-world heroes who exemplify the best of Wonder Woman herself: her strength, compassion, and commitment to truth, equality, and justice.

Read the stories of Beyonc� (by Mikki Kendall and A.D'Amico), Keiko Agena (by Sarah Kuhn, Lynne Yoshii, and Carrie Strachan), M�rcia Barbosa (by Corinna Bechko and Anastasia Longoria), Bren� Brown (by Louise Simonson and Nicole Goux), Mariana Costa Checa (by Melissa Marr and Marcela Cespedes), Mari Copeny (by Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Sharee Miller, and Silvana Brys), Teara Fraser (by Traci Sorell and Natasha Donovan), Ruth Bader Ginsburg (by Lilah Sturges, Devaki Neogi, and Triona Farrell), Judith Heumann (by Marieke Nijkamp and Ashanti Fortson), Marsha P. Johnson (by Jadzia Axelrod and Michaela Washington), Leiomy Maldonado (by Magdalen Visaggio and Emma Kubert), Ellen Ochoa (by Cecil Castellucci and Carina Guevara), Francisca Nneka Okeke (by Dr. Sheena C. Howard and Laylie Frazier), Greta Thunberg (by Kami Garcia and Igzell), Naomi Watanabe (by Jody Houser and Michiums), Serena Williams (by Danielle Page, Brittney Williams, and Caitlin Quirk), Edith Widnsor (by Amanda Deibert and Cat Staggs), Malala Yousafzai (by Son M. and Safiya Zerrougui), and Khatijah Mohamad Yusoff (by Amanda Deibert, Hanie Mohd, and Shari Chankhamma).

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