Lovelace’s books remain relevant for today’s girls

“When Maud grew up, her parents were ahead of their time, ” she says. “They encouraged their daughters to go to school and to be what they wanted to be. They were a little progressive.”

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Karen Goldberg Goff

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Karen Goldberg Goff has been a reporter at The Washington Times since 1992. She currently writes feature-length stories on a variety of topics, including family issues, pop culture, health, food and technology. Follow Karen on Twitter.

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