Inspiring the Next Generation of Women-in-STEM

A good post to read in preparation for Women’s History Month in March!

Justine Laismith

It’s been over a hundred years since the landmark moment of women’s rights to vote. We are still striving for equality and diversity. There is a lot of effort to encourage girls to study the STEM. When Egmontannounced the publication of Little Miss Inventor, social media when wild with support for the book, hailed as a positive role model for girls.

Books about great women throughout history have ballooned since. Here are a few:

Fantastically Great Women who Changed the World byKate Pankhurst

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls by Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli

Women in Science : 50 fearless pioneersby Rachel Ignotofsky

Queen of Physics by Teresa Robeson

Brilliant Ideas From Wonderful Women by Aitziber Lopez

A Galaxy of Her Own by Libby Jackson The author herself is an inspiring woman who instrumental in making Tim Peake a household name.

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