Like other girls of her time Susan B. Anthony learned how to cook and sew. But unlike most girls she also received an education. She learned reading, writing, and arithmetic. She was also taught that girls and women could do anything boys and men could do-if only they were allowed. So Susan set out to change the laws. She fought for a woman's right to own property, hold down a job, and, most important, vote. The right to vote would become Susan's lifelong mission. In this Aladdin Ready-to-Read, Susan's story comes alive through words and pictures, giving burgeoning readers the opportunity to discover her many accomplishments for themselves.