When we first clocked this most magnificent cover and the stonkingly great title, we knew we had to get our hands on a copy and thanks to those peeps at Ten Speed Press, it arrived this week, in glorious technicolour.
‘Women in Science (50 fearless pioneers who changed the world)‘ is carefully written and strikingly illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky.
A kaleidoscopic introduction to a diverse range of incredible women, some you’ll know well, others not so well. From Marie Curie to Valentina Tereshkova, you’ll be sure to learn something new along the way and undoubtedly take inspiration from these notable women.
This book takes a more in-depth look at 50 trailblazing women who worked in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from the ancient to the modern world.
From a diverse range of countries and backgrounds this books highlights the tenacity, bravery and sheer determination of these women.
These inspiring and influential women have helped shape the world we live in today and to whom we should be grateful.
This is most definitely a book to be read by your daughters and your sons and one which is sure to inspire a future generation of ‘Women In Science’.
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My mum gave me this book for birthday and it was the most wonderful gift ever, so inspiring!