Ada Lovelace (Little People, Big Dreams) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-03-30 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Loved this children’s book. Thanks to Netgalley for the digital edition in exchange for my honest review. I want to purchase this whole series for my future children. The illustrations are gorgeous, too. " said.

"I read this story of Ada Lovelace after reading another book picture book of geared towards grades 3-5 and I must say that i enjoyed this version a bit more. The story line was simple but provided a bit more detail then the other book. In this book the reader learns that Ada becomes sick as a child shows A stronger and more courageous side of her personality, making her more relatable to readers. This book can be used for grades k-1 to introduce women investors and show that girls can do anything they want. " said.

"3/5 stars

I received a free copy of this book on Netgalley for an honest review!

This is a lovely nonfiction book giving a brief look at Ada Lovelace, and her involvement in shaping the technology we use today. Before going into this, I knew next to nothing about Ada besides her name- I feel this was a brilliant introduction, and I can see it being very valuable in encouraging young people, especially girls, in pursuing a career in STEM. The drawings are also really cute. I'll definitely be suggesting this series of books to the parents of younger children that I know, and perhaps picking up a few for my cousin, nephew and niece!

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" 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 was beautiful! The illustration style is gorgeous and I actually would love to own copies of these books to read to my son when he's a little older. (Read 25th January 2018 but it's so short I'm not sure whether it should count towards my reading goal...) " 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.

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