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We Can Do Anything: 200 Incredible Women Who Changed the World

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From sports to innovation, art to politics – meet the incredible women who got there first, in the incredible girl-o-pedia of astounding achievements! Did you know that the first computer programmer was a woman? Countess Ada Lovelace! Or that the inventor of the life raft, windshield wiper, and Kevlar were all female? Maria Beaseley, Mary Anderson, and Stephanie Kwolek respectively. 

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Filled with 200 main entries, you will be armed with incredible trivia about history, science, sports, and the arts. Organized chronologically, this fact-filled book is subdivided into a range of subjects, including science and innovation, sports and endurance, arts and literature, politics and world-building, business and industry, world records, and unusual achievements. With engaging and accessible text and delightful illustrations throughout, We Can Do Anything: 200 Incredible Women Who Changed the World is sure to educate, entertain, and inspire!

Book size: 150 x 190 x 20mm

320 Pages

Written by: Caitlin Doyle
Illustrated by: Chuck Gonzales
Format: Soft Cover
ISBN 9780008285616

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