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A Junior Library Guild SelectionAn NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book
A NCTM Mathical Honor Book An NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Book
for Young People An ILA Notable Book for a Global SocietyAn ILA
Teachersâ€ Choices Reading List SelectionAn Amelia Bloomer List
SelectionA Chicago Public Library Best Book of the YearA Vermont Red
Clover Award Master List Selection A Morning Calm Medal NomineeA Towner
Award NomineeA Silver Birch Express Award NomineeAn Indiana Young
Hoosier Book Award Nominee'A picture-book biography of a humble genius
who excelled in a career once out of reach for most African-Americans.
An excellent biography that will inspire young readers, especially
girls, to do what they love.'--Kirkus, starred review'Children who want
to share in the Hidden Figures buzz can start right here . . .
Phumirukâ€s digital artwork convincingly portrays Johnson as brainy and
imaginative. This title is ready made for â€œMy Heroâ€• biography reports.
'--The Bulletin 'Featuring engaging text and captivating illustrations,
this picture book introduces the amazing life of mathematician Katherine
Johnson to young readers. Sure to inspire a new generation of
mathematicians. A solid addition to biography collections.'--School
Library Journal 'The straightforward, informative text is paired with
delicate, precise digital artwork. . . Very worthwhile book.'--Booklist '
Phumiruk works in a crisp, uncluttered art style, infusing emotionality
into more private moments of reflection.'--Publishers Weekly Read more
Helaine BeckerÂ Â is the author of more than 70 award-winning books for
children including You Can Read,Â Worms for Breakfast: How to Feed a
Zoo,Â Monster ScienceÂ andÂ Counting on Katherine.Â She loves science,
books and ice cream, but not necessarily in that order.Â Dow Phumiruk
is a general pediatrician with a passion for art. She lives in Colorado
with her husband and three girls. When she is not teaching medical
students or drawing, she can be found hiking on the trails near her
home. Maya Lin is her picture book debut. Read more