Ada Lovelace gets another nonfiction picture book treatment and I’m glad her story is being told and that more and more people are getting to know about her contributions in mathematics and computer programming. It’s great to see how her creative mind helped her with her scientific side.
The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female doctor, is an inspiring account of how one girl paved the way for other girls to become more than the seamstresses or teachers that were considered to be viable career options for them. The author’s notes at the end give a little bit more information of how her life was like after she became a doctor. Inspiring!
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