She Blinded Me With Science: Women Writing STEM

Presented by: Charlesbridge and School Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, September 15, 2021


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A STEM education creates critical thinkers, ignites curiosity to explore the way the world works, and inspires a new generation of innovators. We live in an era that has seen the rate of scientific and technological advancement increase dramatically. Making sure kids are not only prepared, but are enthusiastic participants and leaders in the coming waves of advancement is a difficult task made easier with resources kids can sink their minds into. Join four inspiring women authors who are writing exciting science books for young readers covering astrophysics, anthropology, biology, and engineering and technology.

Executive editor Alyssa Mito-Pusey joins Pamela S. Turner, Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano, Heather L. Montgomery, and Kristen Nordstrom to discuss their fascinating new books that explore the many possibilities of science, writing about evolving science, and how kids are natural scientists—always exploring and always discovering. Attendees take away a guide filled with practical classroom activities, as well as a whole lot of inspiration. 



Pamela S. Turner, Author

Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano, Author

Heather L. Montgomery, Author

Kristen Nordstrom, Author



Alyssa Mito Pusey, Executive Editor, Charlesbridge



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