25 Books for Take Your Daughter to Work Day

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Take Your Daughter to Work Day is a wonderful opportunity to inspire and encourage your daughter’s dreams and aspirations. Regardless of what your job is, you can speak to your little girl about the job of her dreams and introduce her to women who work in that field. But if you don’t happen to know someone personally, why not introduce her to someone through books?

Here are 25 Books About Inspiring Women and Their Careers for Take Your Daughter to Work Day-


A Variety of Jobs – 

The Berenstain Bears: When I Grow Up
Take Your Mama To Work Day
My Name is Not Isabella: Just How Big Can A Little Girl Dream?
Firestarters: 100 Job Profiles to Inspire Young Women
In Their Shoes: Extraordinary Women Describe Their Amazing Careers


Women in Science – 

Women of Steel and Stone: 22 Inspirational Architects, Engineers, and Landscape Designers
Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women
The First Woman Doctor
A Day in the Life of A Doctor
A Day in the Life of A Dentist

25 Books for Take Your Daughter to Work Day

Women in the Government –

Madam President
Madam President: The Extraordinary, True (and Evolving) Story of Women in Politics


For Animal Lovers – 

Who is Jane Goodall?
A Day in the Life of A Veterinarian
I Want to Be A Zookeeper

meet the dancers

Women in the Arts – 

What Do Authors Do?
Meet the Dancers: From Ballet, Broadway, and Beyond
Different Like Coco
Bon Appetit! The Delicious Life of Julia Child


Service Professions – 

A Day in the Life of A Teacher
Count on Us: American Women in the Military
I Want to Be A Police Officer
I Want to Be A Pilot
I Want to Be A Nurse
Delivering Your Mail: A Book About Mail Carriers

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Marie Osborne is a wife, mama, and blogger who loves Jesus and large non-fat lattes. As a former high school theater geek, she currently uses all her acting and vocal training reading "Mr. Brown Can Moo" and singing "The Wheels on the Bus" before night-night time. When she isn't laughing (loudly) with her 30-something husband, chatting (loudly) with her girlfriends, singing (loudly) with her 3-year-old son, or feeding (quietly... for the time being) her 8-month-old twins, she's probably pumping and binge watching Netflix. You can find her on her blog www.marieosborne.com encouraging, challenging, and laughing from under a pile of diapers.

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