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Asian American Women in Science: An Asian American History Book for Kids (Paperback)

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Stories of amazing Asian American women who broke barriers in science--for kids ages 8 to 12

Kazue Togasaki was one of the first Japanese American women to become a doctor. Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese American physicist who worked on top-secret projects. Isabella Aiona Abbott became an expert on the marine plant life of her native Hawaii. Asian American women are a huge part of scientific discovery, and this collection of biographies for kids explores 15 brilliant women, and how they used their intelligence and determination to overcome challenges and succeed.

Open up this Asian American children's book and meet some of the scientists who helped:

  • Pave the way--Find out how people like inventor Alice Min Soo Chun and computer programmer Josephine Jue designed amazing new technology and spent time educating others.
  • Heal the sick--Learn about doctors like Joan Block and Jacqueline Whang-Peng who revolutionized how we treat diseases like hepatitis B and cancer.
  • Explore new worlds--Discover how botanist Roseli Ocampo-Friedmann and mathematician Angelita Castro-Kelly changed the way we think about outer space.

Dive into a world of inspiring women with this science-focused entry into Asian American books for kids.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781638782124
ISBN-10: 1638782121
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: March 1st, 2022
Pages: 116
Language: English