Investigating Nature

Reinforced Library Binding
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Women have led the way in learning about the living things with which we share the planet. They have discovered dinosaur fossils and the tools made by our earliest ancestors, and were among the pioneers of the study of insects. They have spent years living with chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans in order to better understand the connections between humans and other primates. They have also pioneered the investigation of the genes by which adult organisms pass on characteristics to their young. Women were also among the most important pioneers in the conservation of the Earth’s most fragile ecosystems. This book tells their stories and describes their vital contributions.
Additional Details
Written By Anita Dalal
Lexile Level 860L
Guided Reading Level Q
Key Features
  • Each book contains four in-depth biographies and eight mini biographies
  • A Science Super SHEro datafile highlights key aspects of featured scientists and their contributions.
  • Did You Know? sidebars explain science concepts aligned to school curriculum.
  • At Work With… feature shows the daily working lives of female scientists and the conditions they face
  • What’s Your Story? sidebars encourage readers to draw parallels with their own lives.
  • What Would You Do? sidebars encourage readers to think creatively about the scientists and their work.
  • Table of contents, glossary, Index
  • Pictorial timeline highlights major scientific breakthroughs made by women
  • Includes a map of important locations at the end of each book.
Fiction / Nonfiction Nonfiction
Imprint Children's Press
Copyright 2022
Trim Size 7 1/4 x 8 3/8
Pages 48
Dewey 509.2/52

More Information
ISBN 978-1-338-80047-0
Item Number 735789
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