Women in Science History Week 2

March 19, 2017 Uncategorized 4

Time for another link-up! I’m once again looking forward to sharing a great book with you in the coming week – some great posts about a book called The Rise of the Rocket Girls – and am really enjoying the reading I’m doing for this event. I hope you’re all having fun too! So far, BJ at Book-a-logue has gotten us started with Women in Science and I can’t wait to hear what the rest of you have been reading too. If you pick up any books, nonfiction or fiction, about real female scientists, link them up anytime this month. I’ll be posting the next two link-ups on the last two Saturdays of the month.

4 Responses to “Women in Science History Week 2”

  1. Jane @ Raincity Librarian

    This is such a great topic! It’s so important to celebrate female scientists, and I’ve been able to find a number of fantastic picture book biographies of amazing female STEM pioneers!

    • DoingDewey

      Thanks Jane! I’m surprised by how little I know about science history in general and about female scientists in particular, so I’ll definitely keep hosting this event every year 🙂