In her intensely researched, inventively drawn exploration of Marie Curie's life, artist Alice Milani follows the celebrated Polish scientist from Curie's time as a struggling governess to her years in France making breakthrough discoveries. Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences.
In Book Three of the Acadia Files series, Acadia Greene carries her search for answers into winter.
Stress. Hormones. School. Social media. It’s a lot for a teenager to handle. Luckily, this guide has got it all covered: the good, the bad, and the kind of icky. This is The (Nearly) Teenage Girl’s Guide to (Almost) Everything.
Chapters include topics on:
- Puberty, hormones, body changes
- Feelings, relationships, family, stress
- And more!
Stress. Hormones. School. Social media. It’s a lot for a teenager to handle. Luckily, this guide has it all covered: the good, the bad, and the kind of icky.
Now available in a special hardcover edition with a dust jacket
Twenty-three stories about how ordinary girls with very different passions have become extraordinary women and made significant contributions to our world
Here you’ll find entertaining and expansive answers to 121 questions you didn’t even know you had, such as: Why can’t you tickle yourself? Why are cooking directions different at high altitude? Why does the full moon look really big on the horizon but smaller when it’s high in the sky?