Girls Who Code
Good advice for all ages: don't be perfect; be brave
- Real life stories of females working at places like Pixar and NASA
- Plus profiles of pioneering women in computing
- For ages 10+
Good advice for all ages: don't be perfect; be braveWe talk about getting more girls into STEM, but it's a cycle. Little girls need to see folks in STEM in order to believe that's a possibility. Girls Who Code gets that. Written by the same woman who started the organization Girls Who Code, this book gives real life stories of females working at places like Pixar and NASA, as well as some history with profiles of pioneering women in computing like Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper.
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