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ISBN: 978-0-531-23537-9

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Rachel Carson was a 20th century marine biologist and science writer, whose work on the harmful effects of the insecticide DDT helped to raise awareness about humanity’s impact on the natural world and the often-unintended consequences of scientific progress.

Her published books, such as the famous Silent Spring, boosted the environmental movement in politics and continues to inform our understanding of the relationship between people and nature to this day. This book tells her story.
Item #: 688668
Imprint: Children's Press
Copyright: 2020
Format: Reinforced Library Binding
Trim Size: 8-1/2 x 9-1/2
Pages: 32
Grades: 2 - 3
Ages: 7 - 8
Dewey #: 570.92 [B]
  • Bite-sized text introducing concepts in STEAM curriculum in an accessible manner
  • Highly-illustrated with original artwork and photographs
  • STEAM concepts related to the scientists’ work are described with diagrams and info graphics
  • Timeline of the scientist’s life and the historical context for their work
  • Map of important locations in the subject’s life
  • A helpful glossary and index in each book