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ISBN

9780399551857

Publication Date

2017

Publisher

Alfred Knopf

City

New York, NY

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature | Science and Mathematics Education

Keywords

Children's literature, reviews, NASA

Review

This book is a short biography of Margaret Hamilton and her help with putting man on the moon by using computer code. This book is perfect for young children who show interest in science and even includes a bibliography, additional reading list and photos of Margaret in the back of the book for parents, teachers and children’s librarians to use to further the enthusiasm of young scientific minds. The illustrations in this book which beautifully marry science and equations with art capture how science can be itself a type of art.

Highly recommended Tesla Klinger, Centennial Library Intern, Cedarville Universtiy

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Review of <em> Margaret and the Moon: How Margaret Hamilton Saved the First Lunar Landing</em> Dean Robbins

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