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mrsmarch
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#jolabokaflod! It took them until 10 pm to fall asleep. The book about Grace Hopper is adorable — easily the equal to the one about Margaret Hamilton I got for the moon landing. I couldn‘t resist getting _Olivia_ for Clee when I read, “you really wear me out, but I love you anyway.”

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful little ones!! ❤️❤️ 1mo
Bookzombie So cute! 1mo
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Niaaelizz

“I counted everything. I counted the steps to the road, church...anything that could be counted, I did.”

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Niaaelizz

I would use this book to give my students a representation of women in history and science.

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Niaaelizz
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This biography portrays the life of Katherine Johnson who was a mathematician. The author make a bigger emphasis on all that she accomplished than the hardships she faced such as racism and sexism. I loved how this book incorporates both her small and large accomplishments throughout her career.

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Niaaelizz
The Way Things Work Now | David Macaulay, Neil Ardley

“Freedom from friction.”

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Niaaelizz
The Way Things Work Now | David Macaulay, Neil Ardley

This book is very informative. I feel as though it may be too complex for younger ages. I would use it at the lowest, in a middle school education setting.

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Niaaelizz
The Way Things Work Now | David Macaulay, Neil Ardley
Pickpick

This non fiction book puts a humorous but informative spin on technology in our everyday lives. The author provides a glossary Athens the end of the book which includes technical terms as well. This book get children thinking about how technology works and no informs them of the many inventions in science. The illustrations are very detailed as each technological piece is broken apart and labeled.

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em_lemo
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This book was great. This is a biography that tells the story of how Eugenie Clark became “the oceans most fearless scientist. It was published in 2017.
Throughout the book, one is shown the many different types of discoveries and experiences that Eugenie had, but some of the main focus is on sharks. I liked that this book can take something that can be scary to people, like the ocean, and show the amazing things about it such as the animals.

em_lemo My favorite quote throughout this book is,
“Eugenie pretended she was walking on the bottom of the sea. What would it be like to swim with her sharks? To breath under water with gills of her own. More than anything, she wanted to find out.“
I liked this quote because it shows the readers that Eugenie had a passion for this type of work from a young age, but also that she put her mind to it and would succeed.
2mo
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