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Mathematicians Are Counting the Stars

Mathematicians Are Counting the Stars

(so who is searching for aliens?)

by Saskia Gwinn and Ana Albero
Hardback
Publication Date: 20/04/2024

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In the hotly-anticipated follow up to Scientists are Saving the World!, embark on an awesome safari through the world of mathematicians.

Young readers will meet more than 20 inspiring, real-life mathematicians, and discover how they find out how fast animals are, look at what’s inside our bodies, code computer games, predict the future… and even look for aliens!

This STEM graphic style picture book for children 4+ features:

Fantastic read-aloud text, perfect for bedtime

Over 20 of history’s greatest mathematicians, from well-known mathematicians such as:

  • Astronomer Galilelo Galileli
  • Chemist Rosalind Franklin
  • Codebreaker Alan Turing
and lesser-known (but equally significant!) mathematicians such as:
  • Aerospace engineer Christine Darden
  • Architect Kazuyo Sejima
  • Astronomer Michelle Kunimoto
  • Computer scientist Rana El Kalio
  • Climatologist Syukuro Manabe
  • Engineer Roma Agrawal
  • Statistician Dr C. R. Rao

And many more incredible people!

An inspiring ‘you can do it too’ message

Mini biographies and further reading at the back of the book

Illustrated by best-selling comic book artist, Ana Albero, this is the perfect book for every budding mathematician.

ISBN:
9781915569240
9781915569240
Category:
Picture storybooks
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
20-04-2024
Publisher:
Magic Cat Publishing
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
40
Dimensions (mm):
240x280mm
Saskia Gwinn

SASKIA GWINN has spent nearly 20 years carefully crafting beautiful books to inspire kids of all ages. She lives in Hertfordshire with her two boys who hope dinosaurs will one day revisit Earth.

In the meantime, she tells them that every creature on the planet has an equally exciting story to tell.

Ana Albero

Ana Albero studied Illustration at ENSAD Paris and UdK Berlin where she graduated in 2008.

Together with Till Hafenbrak and Paul Paetzel she is co-founder of the artist group Edition Biografiktion.

Ana is based in Berlin where she works globally on commercial illustration as well as on artistic projects.

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