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jdowney

“She believed women could be anything—scientists, lawyers, or mathematicians.”

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jdowney

This book is really inspiring and a great story to share with students. I like that it shows how women can be more than just teachers, nurses, or other typical “woman” jobs. They can do amazing and important jobs.

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jdowney
Pickpick

This book is about a brilliant and very famous mathematician, Katherine Johnson. From a young age Katherine loved to count and do math, and she was exceedingly smart. She goes on to work for NASA and assist in sending the first person to go to space, the first to orbit the Earth, and Neil Armstrong stepping on the moon.

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Mboyd28

She blazed a path, it's true, yet women weren't hired here 'til 1982!

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Mboyd28

Often times in history women get looked over and are not given the recognition they deserve. This book can be used not only to educate students on a few women who impacted the world, but can be used to spark research on other women who changed the world.

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Mboyd28
Pickpick

Poem's about 14 women who shaped history and changed the world even in the face of discrimination and adversity. Each poem has a unique art style to highlight the woman it is talking about. This book would be a great way to expose students to just a few of the prominent women that have made an impact on the world.

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TravelsWithBooks
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https://travelswithboooks.wordpress.com/blog/

I posted the tagged book and The Disinvited Guest by Carol Goodman as well. Forgot to update my Litsy!

Been busy working my last nights and packing up my stuff to leave TN. Time for a new adventure!

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Skeeterisme
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Pickpick

Love this series

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IndoorDame
Every-Day Dress-Up | Selina Alko
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Instead of turning into a princess, when this little girl opens her dress up box she becomes a different woman from stories her mom tells her & pictures her mom shows her of real women who‘ve made a stamp on history. The way this is written invites you to play with it. For readers tell their own stories to listeners, to look up names they don‘t know together & find new ones, to dress up the paper dolls included at the end… #BBRCPictureBookLetterE

LibrarianRyan This looks like fun. You inspired me at lunch to look through some of my lists and start placing holds. My ILL guy is probably ready to kill me. 7mo
IndoorDame @LibrarianRyan glad I could be inspiring. That sounds like an excellent reason to have someone cross with you😆 7mo
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fredamans
Untitled | Anonymous
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Eggs 🧡👑🧡 7mo
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