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Ada Lovelace

Little People, Big Dreams

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
Published: 21st Feb 2018
Dimensions: w 198mm h 249mm d 11mm
Weight: 352g
Interest age: From 5 to 8 years
ISBN-10: 1786030756
ISBN-13: 9781786030757
Barcode No: 9781786030757
Synopsis
Junior Magazine: "Empowering books EVERY child should read." Meet Ada Lovelace, the British mathematician and daughter of poet Lord Byron. New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, this inspiring and informative little biography follows the colourful life of Lord Byron's daughter, from her early love of logic, to her plans for the world's first computer program. With stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, this empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful women of the world. From designers and artists to scientists, all of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child with a dream. These books make the lives of these role models accessible for children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of outstanding people who will change the world!

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"A QUIRKY kids biography series" * The Voice * "One children's books series trying to fight back... by telling the inspiring stories of women who overcame adversity and made history by pursuing their childhood dreams." * Toronto Star * "Brilliantly accessible and inspiring" * Rhino Reads * "Strikingly illustrated, they're superb first biographies for younger readers." * The Huffington Post * "The kind of books that adults will covet and collect as well... The language and structure is simple enough for young readers, while a biographical timeline at the end of each book offers greater historical complexity" * Irish Times *