Book Review: I Love Science

lovescienceI Love Science is a journal for you to use to share you questions and dreams.  The book contains all the conversion tables you’ll ever need, the periodic table, and other useful science charts.  And as someone who has taken a LOT of Science in school and who does love science, I wish something like this was around when I was in school.  Instead I had to memorize the periodic table. (A skill/memory I no longer have)  There are also prompts throughout the book to further learning! A really cute book to make learning fun!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

A guided journal for young women and girls based on Rachel Ignotofsky’s
inspiring illustrated book Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who
Changed the World.

Colorful and charmingly illustrated, the Women in Science Journal encourages
young women and girls to ponder the world and the daily ins and outs of their
lives. Opening with a short reference section that contains basic equations, the
periodic table, basic HTML codes, and a measurement converter, the journal then
invites the user to write and dream through writing prompts like, “What is a
challenge you’ve overcome recently?” and inspirational quotes from notable
women who’ve achieved greatness in the science, technology, mathematics, and
engineering (STEM) fields, such as famous primatologist Jane Goodall’s, “Only when
our clever brain and our human heart work together can we reach our full
potential.”

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