[PDF Télécharger] Hidden Figures Young Lireers Edition Auteur Margot Lee Shetterly
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Need To Be Exposedto be exposed this class of character I love the stories and information in this book Do not read it if you are expecting a smoothly flowing narrative story Everytime you think you are about to hit a narrative and get some rising action the author flips to another story The timeline and details are great Definitely a lot of research has been put into this book It reads really dry It is hard to keep the flow of the story If you are interested in the time frame and subject matter
It Is A Definiteis a definite read I m a reader so this is almost blasphemy but the movie is so much better The movie found a NARRATIVE THE BOOK IS A COLLECTION The book is a collection facts Great interesting facts but lacking the kind of storytelling that makes a kid want to keep going I couldn t get through the original version and my kids didn t much enjoy me making them read the young readers version For Homeschool Amazing story make sure kids know this history But the book isn t a compelling read I read this book before giving it to my niece Ive also read the adult version I would say the young readers version is edited for subject matter And writen in a way to make complex issues understandable to a young reader In parts important subjects are deleted from the book But if you have watched the movie which is great this version of the book closely follows the movie If you have a youngster that is interested in science this is a great book to give Its not a book to explain racial injustice or sexism in our society so younger readers might not understand why the women were treated in a certain way in the book As those part are fewer than the regular book Otherwise it is a good book for budding scientists. CeThis book brings to life the stories of Dorothy Vaughan Mary Jackson Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden who lived through the Civil Rights era the Space Race the Cold War and the movement for gender euality and whose work forever changed the face of NASA and the count. Neil ArmstrongSome of the most famous words of the last were spoken from the moon But who knew how much work went into the meticulous the moon But who how much work went into the meticulous calculations that placed our American astronauts onto the cover of modern history Some of these hard working professionals were not only trend setters in their field but they were also young African American women who had determined their way into the National Aeronautics and Space Administration position by position having to over prove their brilliance every step of the wayDorothy Vaughn Mary Jackson Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden should be unforgettableWhile uite interesting this book did not seem written for young readers for the information is uite technical at times and suited for a textbook than informal reading However it s a story that needed to be told and I applaud the *Author For Telling It This Is A Brilliant Book So *for telling it This is a brilliant book So to be able to get this story across to younger readers and really inspire them Such a wonderful story I read the adults edition after seeing the film and that in turn lead me to read many other books concerning flight since supersonic flight and the space race I am so pleased such a wonderful chapter in the modern worlds history has been made available to children to spark their interest early thank you The method of writing used in this book lost me at times I msut admit that I saw the movie first so that really through me off It did not help that the name Mary was prominent That aside I have nothing but respect for the character of these women who overcame in the precise manner Martin Luther King Jr called for I would hope that eventually this book becomes reuired reading in schools all over the co. Space programBefore John Glenn orbited the earth or Neil Armstrong walked on the moon a group of dedicated female mathematicians known as human computers used pencils slide rules and adding machines to calculate the numbers that would launch rockets and astronauts into spa. Granddaughter mad on space so she should find this interesting not heard if she has started reading it yet wonderful and inspiring bookhave to say I liked it than the movieamazing stories of people moving the mankind forward You either love it or hate it Having seen the film and told my 10 year old about it she was very keen to learn seen the film and told my 10 year old about it she was very keen to learn the clever African American women The book is very well written and she had no problem digesting the info in it She found it informative and shocking at what was happening to black women at this time in history as she has no concept of racism she thought it was inspiring that the women had overcome such diversity and prejudices to become such important and top players in the space race It really opens your eyes to the racism that was happening in America at the time and what these poor women had to endure It gives your heart a glow that despite it all these women were some of the cleverest mathematicians in the world Easy reading and lots of info on the serious racial discrimination in the state of Virginia and Prince Edward country Schools closed for five years to avoid compliance with the law I think the author has done a fine ob in writing this book I actually bought this book several years ago and I truly enjoyed the book I gave my first book Friend And I friend and I them keep it so I bought the book again and I am reading it a 2nd time because it is truly interesting I will keep this book for my personal library The story of these remarkable women is incredible Great book Great Seller as well I received my book promptly like it was stated Everything was fine One happy customer 35 starsThat s one small step for a man one giant step for mankind. The uplifting amazing true storya New York Times bestsellerThis edition of Margot Lee Shetterlys acclaimed book is perfect for young readers It's the powerful story of four African American female mathematicians at NASA who helped achieve some of the greatest moments in our.
Margot Lee Shetterly