The Girl Who Could Fix Anything combines biography and science history to tell the fascinating story of one of the pioneers of the engineering field.
Browsing: Women in World War II
Flying Fillies: The Sky’s the Limit is inspirational and informative—perfect for fans of historical fiction and horse lovers alike.
The volume focuses its exploration of the role of African-American women in the WWII military around the figure of Charity Adams and the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC).
Patricia O’Connell Pearson is a former history teacher with a B.A. in history and a master’s degree in education. Her nonfiction for ages ten and up—Fly Girls: The Daring American Women Pilots Who Helped Win WWII—was released by Simon and Schuster in February, 2018.
Which five words best describe The War I Finally Won?
Kimberly Brubaker Bradley: Once safe, Ada can heal.
Christian Robinson is an illustrator of picture books. In 2008, he earned a BFA in Character Animation at the California Institute of the Arts and has worked at both Pixar Studios and Sesame Street Workshop. Christian likes to blur the line between work and play and he lives in San Francisco.