So many women have worked incredibly hard for equality and it is an honor to read about them. Here are 12 inspiring kids books about women who changed the world in their own special way …
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Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code, a true-life narrative, tells the story of one of the foremost women in computing history and science: Grace Hopper, the woman who revolutionized binary computer code.
It’s here! Our list of the best picture books from 2017. These picture books have it all—brilliant literary value and an illustrative quality that will sweep you away into the world of the pages!
Katy Wu has worked for Google, Laika, Pixar, CinderBiter, and Simon & Schuster. Grace Hopper is her first picture book; her second, Dumpling Dreams, written by Carrie Clickard (Simon and Schuster), is scheduled for fall 2017.
Which five words best describe Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code?
Laurie Wallmark: Curious, unique, persistent, intelligent, and stubborn.
We have 20 new picture book suggestions for you to read your way through.
Laurie Wallmark writes exclusively for children. The picture book biography, Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine (Creston Books, October 2015), is Laurie’s first book.