[Lireing] ➿ Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race ➶ Laura Freeman – Agedanna.info

Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race In Shetterly And Conklings Approachable Text, The Reader Is Introduced To Four Hidden Figures And Given A Broad Look At The United States History Of Segregation Andfight For Civil Rights Freemans Illustrations Are Striking, Featuring Bold, Fully Saturated Colors Feels As Fresh As The Original Delightful And Informative Shelf Awareness An Important Story To Tell About Four Heroines, One That Will Lead Young Readers To The Longer, Nuanced Coverage Available When They Are Ready Kirkus ReviewsBased On The New York Times Bestselling Book And The Academy Awardnominated Movie, Author Margot Lee Shetterly And Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Award Winner Laura Freeman Bring The Incredibly Inspiring True Story Of Four Black Women Who Helped NASA Launch Men Into Space To Picture Book Readers Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, And Christine Darden Were Good At Mathreally Good They Participated In Some Of NASA S Greatest Successes, Like Providing The Calculations For America S First Journeys Into Space And They Did So During A Time When Being Black And A Woman Limited What They Could Do But They Worked Hard They Persisted And They Used Their Genius Minds To Change The World In This Beautifully Illustrated Picture Book Edition, We Explore The Story Of Four Female African American Mathematicians At NASA, Known As Colored Computers, And How They Overcame Gender And Racial Barriers To Succeed In A Highly Challenging STEM Based Career Finally, The Extraordinary Lives Of Four African American Women Who Helped NASA Put The First Men In Space Is Available For Picture Book Readers, Proclaims Brightly In Their Article Must Read Picture Books Of Will Inspire Girls And Boys Alike To Love Math, Believe In Themselves, And Reach For The Stars


6 thoughts on “Hidden Figures: The True Story of Four Black Women and the Space Race

  1. says:

    Une oeuvre de vulgarisation tr s int ressante, avec de tr s belles images et des renseignements pr cieux.Envoi express sous pli soign.Excellente transaction Merci


  2. says:

    I love the movie, and was excited for the picture book The illustrations in this book are fantastic Also, the use of vocab in the book is excellent, they use complex words but, always define them in a kid friendly way This book is a strong hybrid text as it is both a biography, but it also has parts that are almost pure nonfiction with not much story The other advantage to this book is t


  3. says:

    I love that this is not only the story book with beautiful illustrations but it also has a term glossary and historical content like the visual timeline.


  4. says:

    Fabulous book I bought it for my first grader and she loves it It tells the story with a lot of detail that is usually lost in children s stories It also does a great job of explaining complex topics like trajectories and sonic booms in a way that kids can understand And the art is beautiful, to boot.


  5. says:

    Note People that gave this one or two stars were confused there are several versions of the original 375 page book for adults This picture book is for young children, and there is another version for middle graders in 3 7th grade The author is telling this story to all levels of readers, so watch what you are buying This is a perfect picture book version of a complex and compelling story The a


  6. says:

    I bought a couple of different books o This subject to allow my students to see how the same story can be told, but through different perspectives They loved it and asked me to read it again They loved the talking points it inspired, which ties back to prior learning, about the cival rights movement and women s rights movement I love choosing books that inspire a child to think about the culture


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