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I have found a couple of lists of books that I want to make sure my niece reads. The first list is from mighty girl and is all about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. This list is broken down by subject and then age range. I might have bought a few books last night for Lilly. Especially the math books because her mother is convinced that she (SIL) is no good at math and therefore will not even talk about it with Lilly or her students. Don't get me started about this...(I too was told I wasn't any good at math when I was in elementary school and I do a whole lot of accounting and statistics now. It doesn't have to stay that way if you are willing to learn.)

Interstellar Cinderella, Underwood, Deborah
Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering! (Baby Loves Science), Spiro, Ruth
Maisy's Moon Landing: A Maisy First Science Book, Cousins, Lucy
Girls Who Looked Under Rocks: The Lives of Six Pioneering Naturalists, Jeannine Atkins
Out of School and Into Nature: The Anna Comstock Story, Slade, Suzanne
Seeds of Change: Wangari's Gift to the World, Jen Cullerton Johnson
Look Up!: Henrietta Leavitt, Pioneering Woman Astronomer, Burleigh, Robert
Life in the Ocean: The Story of Oceanographer Sylvia Earle, Nivola, Claire A.
Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World, Ignotofsky, Rachel
Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine, Wallmark, Laurie
Summer Birds: The Butterflies of Maria Merian, Engle, Margarita
Me . . . Jane, McDonnell, Patrick
One Grain Of Rice: A Mathematical Folktale, Demi
Zero, Otoshi, Kathryn
The Chicken Problem, Oxley, Jennifer
The Most Magnificent Thing, Spires, Ashley
Robot, Go Bot! (Step into Reading Comic Reader), Rau, Dana M.
Rhoda's Rock Hunt, Griffin, Molly Beth
Rosie Revere, Engineer, Beaty, Andrea

Yes I might have gotten a little carried away, although when you see the list you'll understand it could be much worse. Most of these books are too old for her yet but I can put them away for now. I just didn't want to forget. The other books I did not get yet are:
I Am Jane Goodall, Brad Meltzer
Swimming With Sharks: The Daring Discoveries of Eugenie Clark, Heather Lang
Mary Anning and the Sea Dragon, Jeannine Atkins
Rachel Carson and Her Book that Changed the World, Laurie Lawlor
Solving the Puzzle Under the Sea: Marie Tharp Maps the Ocean Floor, Robert Burleigh
You Should Meet: Mae Jemison, Laurie Calkhoven
Women Who Launched The Computer Age, Laurie Calkhoven
Hidden Figures Young Readers Edition, Margot Lee Shetterly
Sally Ride: Life on a Mission, Sue Macy
Untamed: The Wild Life of Jane Goodall, Anita Silvey
Finding Wonders: Three Girls Who Changed Science, Jeannine Atkins
The Elephant Scientist, Caitlin O'Connell, Donna M. Jackson
Temple Grandin: How The Girl Who Loved Cows Embraced Autism and Changed the World, Sy Montgomery, Temple Grandin
Sea Turtle Scientist, Stephen R. Swinburne
Trailblazers: 33 Women in Science Who Changed the World, Rachel Swaby
Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream, Tanya Lee Stone
Radioactive!: How Irene Curie and Lise Mietner Revolutionized Science and Changed the World, Winifred Conkling
Emi and the Rhino Scientist, Mary Kay Carson
Maria Mitchell: The Soul of an Astronomer, Beatrice Gormley
Women In Space: 23 Stories of First Flights, Scientific Missions, and Gravity-Breaking Adventures, Karen Bush Gibson
Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Birute Galdikas, Jim Ottaviani
Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science — And The World, Rachel Swaby
I Want To Be An Astronaut, Byron Barton (although a baby book, I couldn't find it)
Ada Twist, Scientist, Andrea Beaty
I Wonder, Annaka Harris
11 Experiments That Failed, Jenny Offill
Velma Gratch and the Way Cool Butterfly, Alan Madison
Marty McGuire Digs Worms!, Kate Messner
The Complete Franny K. Stein, Mad Scientist, Jim Benton
The Case of the Missing Moonstone, Jordan Stratford
Chasing Secrets, Gennifer Choldenko
The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate, Jacqueline Kelly
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, Alan Bradley
Cleonardo, The Little Inventor, Mary Grandpre
Violet the Pilot, Steve Breen
Oh, No! (Or How My Science Project Destroyed The World), Mac Barnett
Little Robot, Ben Hatke
Nick and Tesla's Robot Army Rampage: A Mystery with Hoverbots, Bristle Bots, and Other Robots You Can Build Yourself, Bob Pflugfelder, Steve Hockensmith
Mechanica, Betsy Cornwell
Cinder: Book One of the Lunar Chronicles, Marissa Meyer
Infinity and Me, Kate Hosford
Math Curse, Jon Scieszka
The Red Blazer Girls, Michael D. Beil
Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls (I'm adding this one here but I found it in another mighty girl article)

The second list is one I compiled making purchases of books for faculty teaching in the ESOL and multicultural programs. I'm sure there are a great deal more but this is what I've found so far.
A Chair for My Mother
A Grain of Rice
A Million Fish...More or Less
A Nest in Springtime: A Mandarin Chinese-English bilingual book of numbers
A Triangle for Adaora: An African Book of Shapes
Abuela's Weave
Abuelita fue al mercado
Calendars of Native Americans: Timekeeping Methods of Ancient North America
Calling the Doves/El canto de las palomas
Can you count ten toes?: Count to 10 in 10 different languages
Caribbean counting book
Count on Pablo
Count on Your Fingers African Style
Count Your Way Through the Arab World
Cuenta Con Pablo
Dream Carver
Dreaming Up: A Celebration of Building
Drum Dream Girl: How One Girl's Courage Changed Music
Emeka's Gift
Erandi's Braids
Family Pictures
Feast for Ten
First Day in Grapes
From Texas to California
Grandfather Counts
Grandfather Tang's Story
Handa's surprise
Handa's Surprise in Spanish and English (English and Spanish Edition)
How Many, How Many, How Many
How Much?: Visiting Markets Around the World
How the Arabs Invented Algebra: The History of the Concept of Variables
Human Footprint: Everything You Will Eat, Use, Wear, Buy, and Throw Out in Your Lifetime
If America Were a Village: A Book about the People of the United States
If the World Were a Village: A Book about the World's People
If You're So Smart, How Come You Can't Spell Mississippi?
Islamic Art: Recognizing Geometric Ideas in Art
Jake's 100th Day of School
Jalapeno Bagels
Juna's Jar
Just a Minute: A Trickster Tale and Counting Book
Kente Colors
La abeja de más
La bella alformbra de Gabriela / Gabriela's Beautiful Carpet
Lakota Hoop Dancer
Landed
Las Crepes de Mama Panya
Last to Finish: A Story About the Smartest Boy in Math Class
Let's Count the Raindrops
Little You
Los 10 zapatos de Cenicienta
Los buenos vecinos
Lucky Beans
Mama Panya's pancakes
Mango, Abuela, and Me
Material World: A Global Family Portrait
Moja Means One: Swahili Counting Book
My Granny Went to Market: A Round-the-world Counting Rhyme.
My Tata's Remedies / Los remedios de mi Tata
No Small Change
Nos Fuimos Todos de Safari
Numbers in a Row: An Iowa Number Book
One Grain Of Rice: A Mathematical Folktale
One Hen: How One Small Loan Made a Big Difference
One Hundred Is a Family
One leaf rides the wind
One Potato Two: Small Loans. Big Change
One Smiling Grandma
Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed
Our Journey
Que Monton de Tamales
Quillworker
Roberto Clemente: Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates
Round Up: A Texas Number Book
Running Shoes
Show Way
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt
Ten Mice for Tet (Vietnam)
Ten Sly Piranhas, A Counting Story in Reverse
Ten Unusual Features of Lulu McDunn
The Keeping Quilt
The King's Chessboard
The Littlest Matryoshka
The Patchwork Path: A Quilt Map to Freedom
The Patchwork Quilt
The Piñata Maker / El Piñatero
The Tortoise Who Bragged: A Chinese Tale with Trigrams
The Warlord's Puzzle
Too Many Tamales
Two of Everything
Two Ways to Count to Ten
We All Went On Safari
What the Rat Told Me
What the World Eats
When It's Six O'Clock in San Francisco: A Trip Through Time Zones



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