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Ety of backgrounds and disciplines with a dash of whimsy thrown in Upworthy I applaud Ignotofsky and her publisher for telling these important stories about women through such a rich visual medium The world needsbooks like thisScientificAmerican s Symbiartic illustrated homage to some of the most influential and inspiring women in STEM Ignotofsky captures the heartbreaking ineualities that only amplify the impressiveness of these womens featsMaria Popova BrainPickingsa clever introduction to women scientists through historyScience FridayTrue fact This book is so cool that I had to go steal it back from my fifth grade daughter to review it this book perfectly balances well researched facts with gorgeous whimsical illustrations making it a favorite you just cant put downCool Mom Picks.
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DO YOU WAKE UP EVERY DAY WITH CURIOSITY AND AN EXCITEMENT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE WORLD IF SO THEN THIS JOURNAL IS FOR YOU USE THESE PAGES TO WRITE DOWN YOUR BIG IDEAS ASK YOUR UESTIONS ABOUT THE UNIVERSE AND DREAM AND SCHEME ABOUT HOW TO FOLLOW YOUR PASSIONS WHEREVER THEY TAKE YOU THERE ARE ALSO SOME HANDY REFERENCE PAGES IN THE FRONT WITH ALL SORTS OF INFORMATION YOU MIGHT NEED AS YOU EXPERIMENT HAPPY JOURNALINGPRAISE FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCEChances are youve heard of Jane Goodall and Marie Curie But what about other female titans of the science world In this wittily illustrated accessible volume Rachel Ignotofsky highlights women who changed the course of scienceWall Street JournalWith short inspiring stories and the accessibility of a graphic novel Women in Science Fearless Pioneers. Approximation youve heard of Jane Goodall and Marie Curie But what about other female titans of the science world In this wittily illustrated accessible volume Rachel Ignotofsky highlights women who changed the course of scienceWall Street JournalWith short inspiring stories and the accessibility of a graphic novel Women in Science Fearless Pioneers.
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Who Changed The WorldTen Speed Press is the perfect book to share with the science and tech minded people male and female young and old in your life The must read girl power STEM bookInStyleThis book of illustrated biographies of scientific pioneers is hands down gorgeous Rachel Ignotofsky s bright bold drawings light up the short stories about the life and work of women ranging from Wang Zhenyi a th century Chinese astronomy to Mae Jemison an American astronaut and educator Kids will love paging through this looking at all the detailed drawings but they ll likely have to rip it out of the hands of the adults who are marveling at each new page of factoidsSarah Mirk Bitch MediaThe book is a beautifully curated collection of personal narratives from female scientists from a wide vari.