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RWYK STEM Tuesday Special – Celebrating Women’s History Month with Jennifer Swanson
Welcome to STEM Tuesday on the Reading with Your Kids Podcast!
Today we’re delighted to have our favorite aSTEM author Jennifer Swanson back on the podcast! She is joining us today to talk about Women in History/ Women in Science and some of the fascinating books about some of the famous women and how they think.
With Stem Tuesday, Jennifer and Reading With Your Kids aim to inspire kids to become creative writers, thinkers and will encourage their imaginations to SOAR WITH SCIENCE. Our weekly interview with Jennifer will provide parents and educators to teach kids to think critically, abstractly, and creatively.
About Jennifer Swanson
Her book, SUPER GEAR: Nanotechnology and Sports Team Up (Charlesbridge) was selected as an NSTA Best STEM book for 2017. Jennifer has received awards from the Pennsylvania TriState Young Adult Review Committee and her books in the “How Things Work” series by The Child’s World were named to the 2012 Booklist’s Top 10 Books for Youth: Series Nonfiction. Top reviews include a starred review in Booklist and recommended reviews from School Librarians Workshop, Library Media Connection, School Library Journal, and the National Science Teacher Association. Jennifer’s new books include releases with National Geographic Kids, Charlesbridge Publishing, and Rosen Publishing.
A perpetual writer, Jennifer is always developing new story ideas and concepts. Keep an eye out for her in the future. You can learn more about her at www.JenniferSwansonBooks.com
Connect with her on social media
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In STEM Tuesday, we discuss
- Women’s History Month Book List
- Books mentioned during the interview: Butterfly Girl by Sarah Floyd, The Girl Who Drew Butterflies and Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women.
- Women’s History Month– Writing Craft and Resources available on the STEM Tuesday website.
Thank you, Jennifer, for joining us and for sharing your wonderful insights with us!
Check out STEM Tuesday blog for STEM books that ENGAGE. EXCITE. and INSPIRE! Join us each week as a group of dedicated STEM authors highlight FUN topics, interesting resources, and make real-life connections to STEM in ways that may surprise you. #STEMRocks!
We’d love to hear from you! Contact us and together we can discuss what ideas you think should be included in a future episode, and we can explore potentially setting up an interview. Our goal is to have all voices at the table!
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