A Puzzler

I'm an avid jigsaw puzzler, and a long-time author of women's history books, essays, and speeches. So, it is no surprise that I have a collection of women's history themed jigsaw puzzles. Again, no surprise since my most recent book was, "Votes for Women,"that I have several suffrage puzzles, including. "Votes for Women,"(round, 500 pieces) with an informational poster about 41 suffragists created by eeBoo, a company "woman owned/mother run."

Although I don't typically do 1, 000 piece puzzles, I did complete "Nevertheless She Persisted: Some Notable Women from the Last 100 Years" created by Cobble Hill.

My current favorite is the "Women in Art Puzzle" (500 pieces) created by Potter Puzzles.

I love the gorgeous colors and the poster "to use as a reference" for the 14 women, including architect Zaha Hadid, photographer Dorothea Lange, and painters Amrita Sher-Gil and Yayoi Kusama.

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