Science Books about Women

Women and girls take a leading role in Qbit and the Keepers of the Blue Planet so I thought I would expand on that valuable theme. I like to read, so I thought it would nice to include books about women who have made contributions in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math.

I’ll include books I’ve read and some I haven’t.

Link to Amazon

Amazon’s description- Inspiring stories of women who changed the course of science—for kids ages 8 to 12

Women have always been at the forefront of scientific discovery. This collection of biographies for kids explores 15 of these women and their extraordinary accomplishments—even in the face of huge challenges. See how they bravely followed their dreams and revolutionized what we know about technology, our bodies, and even the universe!

Explore talented women in history who helped us:

  • Change medicine—Learn the stories of chemists like Alice Ball and Marie Daly, and how they helped cure disease and figure out the workings of the human heart.
  • Understand the Earth—Discover botanists like Janaki Ammal and marine biologists like Sylvia Earle who created new species of plants and explored beneath the ocean.
  • Advance technology—Find out how Ada Lovelace and Gladys West both made major advances in data science, even though they lived more than 100 years apart.

Go further than other history books and read about those who are often overlooked with Bold Women in Science

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