Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors?

The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell

by Tanya Lee Stone

Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors?

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With text by Tanya Lee Stone and illustrations by Marjorie Priceman, Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors? tells the story of Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to become a doctor in the United States.

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Tanya Lee Stone's Who Says Women Can't Be Doctors? The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, illustrated most charmingly by Marjorie Priceman, introduces young readers to the first female doctor in America. She had never been particularly interested in medicine (blood made her queasy), but she was excited by the challenge, and when she was finally accepted into medical school, she graduated first in her

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