Ada Lovelace (Little People, Big Dreams) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-06 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" A superb book about an absolutely fascinating woman!As an adult I really enjoyed the book - the images are brilliant and I loved learning about her life.I wish all biographies were this fun and interesting - great facts! " said.

" This is a delightful series and this volume does not disappoint! " said.

" This inspiring children's books brings Ada Lovelace's life to readers of young ages, as they get an understanding of how this trailblazing woman did groundbreaking STEM work ages ago! " said.

" This book, which is an account of Ada Lovelace's life for young readers, is my first introduction to the Little People, Big Dreams series. This series of books tell short stories about artists, designers and scientists who achieved extraordinary things and each began with a childhood dream. I love that a biographical lesson in history is teamed with wonderfully drawn illustrations to catch the attention of a child. I reviewed for Net Galley " said.

" A lovely short biography of Ada Lovelace the original inventor of computer code. The only annoying thing is that the author uses “maths” with an s. Yes there are multiple types of math but it just reads and sounds weird to say maths. Using the word mathematics sounds better in the plural. " said.

" Absolutely love the little people big dreams series. This is my second book that I have read and me and my 8 year old daughter loved it. Love that Ada Lovelace’s story is brough to life and shown how relevant it is even today with coding. Inspiring many young girls that it isn’t a mans world. Can’t wait to read more books in this series. " said.

"What a wonderful little book, from a wonderful series! There is a whole series of these charming little books on inspirational women, from Ada Lovelace to Amelia Earhart and Dian Fossey. Beautifully illustrated, and with a very simple text, they tell the story of amazing women and their achievements in (what was then) a man's world. A billion times better than the usual girls' storybooks about crappy Disney princesses waiting for their prince. Highly recommended!
Thanks to the publisher for a digital review copy.
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"I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This is a short, sweet, and simple picture book biography about Ada Lovelace, The simple text makes it a perfect beginner biography and the illustrations are adorable. There is a two page biography at the end that goes into more detail about her life and includes pictures of her at various ages. There is also a list of recommended titles for further reading. The Little People, Big Stories series is an adorable collection of biographies about notable women from history and Ada Lovelace is an excellent ddition to it.
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