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Little dreamers : visionary women around the world —Harrison, Vashti, author, illustrator.

"Brief, illustrated bios of women creators around the world"--Provided by publisher.

The book of queens : legendary leaders, fierce females, and wonder women who ruled the world —Drimmer, Stephanie Warren, author.

"They're queens wielding scepters and sitting on thrones, they're revolutionaries on the front lines, they're presidents and prime ministers leading their nations, or they're CEOs, scientists, sports stars, artists, and ...

Forgotten women : the scientists —Tsjeng, Zing, author.

Short biographies of women scientists, both the well known, and the largely forgotten.

Wonder women of science : twelve geniuses who are currently rocking science, technology, and the world —Fletcher, Tiera, 1995- author.

"Searching the cosmos for a new Earth. Using math to fight human trafficking. Designing invisible (and safer) cars. Unlocking climate-change secrets. All of this groundbreaking science, and much more, is happening right ...

The tornado scientist : seeing inside severe storms —Carson, Mary Kay, author.

"What if tornadoes could be stopped or slowed down? In this addition to the critically-acclaimed Scientists in the Field series, scientist Robin Tanamachi and her team are trying to come up with a way to predict tornadoe...

Scientists —Hacker, Carlotta.

Chronicles the lives and achievements of noted female scientists, including astronomer Jocelyn Bell Burnell, primatologist Diane Fossey, and anthropologist Margaret Mead.

Born curious : 20 girls who grew up to be awesome scientists —Freeman, Martha, 1956- author.

"A collection of biographies of twenty groundbreaking women scientists who were curious kids and grew up to make incredible discoveries."-- Provided by publisher.

Nobel Prize winners —Hacker, Carlotta.

Chronicles the lives and achievements of women who have received Nobel Prizes in a variety of fields, including Aung San Suu Kyi, Barbara McClintock, and Nadine Gordimer.

Super women : six scientists who changed the world —Lawlor, Laurie, author.

Consider how difficult it would be to be an astrophysicist if, as a woman, you weren't allowed to look through a high-powered telescope. Imagine what it would be like to be a talented biologist who was forbidden to work ...

The woman who loves giraffes
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In 1956, four years before Jane Goodall ventured into the world of chimpanzees and seven years before Dian Fossey left to work with mountain gorillas, 23-year-old biologist Anne Innis Dagg made an unprecedented solo jour...

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