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Books to read for the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. While honoring the achievements and contributions of women to science, the day also aims to encourage other women and girls to enter STEM fields. Here are some books, provided by bookriot.com, that are sure to inspire you:. Mae Among the Stars, by Roda Ahmed and Stacia Burrington, this picture book is inspired by Mae Jamison, the first black woman in space. Mae Among the Stars, by Roda Ahmed and Stacia Burrington, this picture book is inspired by Mae Jamison, the first black woman in space. Mary Anning (Little People, Big Dreams), by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara & Popy Matigot, This fun yet educational book follows Anning, a paleontologist. Sally Ride: Life On A Mission, by Sue Macy, This biography explores the work of the first woman in space. Sally Ride: Life On A Mission, by Sue Macy, This biography explores the work of the first woman in space. The Girl With A Mind For Math: The Story of Raye Montague, by Julia Finley Mosca and Daniel Rieley, This picture book tells the story of Raye Montague, a black engineer and creator of the first computer-generated draft of a ship of the United States Navy. The Girl With A Mind For Math: The Story of Raye Montague, by Julia Finley Mosca and Daniel Rieley, This picture book tells the story of Raye Montague, a black engineer and creator of the first computer-generated draft of a ship of the United States Navy. Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson, by Katherine Johnson, Johnson tells her story of fighting racism and sexism to work on some of NASA’s biggest projects, including helping launch Apollo 11 Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson, by Katherine Johnson, Johnson tells her story of fighting racism and sexism to work on some of NASA’s biggest projects, including helping with launch from Apollo 11. The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey Into Dark Matter, Spacetime & Dreams Deferred, by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, theoretical physicist Prescod-Weinstein combines discussions of physics with her own personal experiences in the field

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