"'So,' she says, 'if you have a four-pound baby, perhaps you shouldn't leave it unattended on a rock.'"
Mary Mapes Dodge (1831-1905) Although she's now mainly remembered for her children's novel Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates, Mary Mapes Dodge's largest influence on literature may have been through her editorship of St. Nicholas Magazine. Widowed at age 27, and with two children to support, Dodge began writing short stories and poems. After the... Continue Reading →
in which a cartoonist decides upon an appropriate ceremony and activity to celebrate Women's History Month.