Nellie Bly was a pioneering American journalist who traveled the world, blazing a path for women and writing about others who also made history.
Her "stunt journalism" included getting herself committed to an insane asylum for women, and circling the globe in a mere 72 days. She profiled leaders from Susan B. Anthony to Eugene V. Debs, exposed corruption, and offered her readers a travelogue that expanded their horizons.
- Ages 10 and up
- 64 pages
- 9 1/8" x 10 7/8"
- © 2009