Marie Curie is considered one of the greatest female scientists of all time. With her birthday coming up on November 7th, and our sons love of all things science, I felt a post dedicated to kids books about Marie Curie, and to inspiring little scientist everywhere was needed. I mean, it's not every day that someone wins the Nobel prize, or that someone wins the Nobel prize twice and in two different fields, or that your discovery helps usher in the atomic age!
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Need More Inspiration for Your Little Scientist?
Here are some excellent books about problem solving, the scientific method, and making mistakes!
Mistakes that Worked by Charlotte Jones - Popsicle, potato chips, silly putty, Velcro and many other familiar things have fascinating stories behind them. In fact, dozens of products and everyday items had surprisingly haphazard beginnings. This book is perfect for the little perfectionist in your life!
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