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Ada Lovelace, Poet of Science: The First Computer Programmer (edição 2016)

por Diane Stanley (Autor), Jessie Hartland (Ilustrador)

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"A fascinating look at Ada Lovelace, the pioneering computer programmer and the daughter of the poet Lord Byron." --
Membro:Morgan.Santiago
Título:Ada Lovelace, Poet of Science: The First Computer Programmer
Autores:Diane Stanley (Autor)
Outros autores:Jessie Hartland (Ilustrador)
Informação:Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (2016), 40 pages
Colecções:A sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:biography, science, computer, history, picture book, 3-5

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This book is great for intermediate-level students as it has a lot of words in book and some can be challenging. This is a book about a girl who was the first computer programmer. Throughout the book, it shows relations to science, math, and gives insight into what it's like to be a computer programmer.
  Ana_Coronado | Apr 19, 2021 |
This is a great book for the intermediate level about the first female programer. It is a nonfiction book, that has lots of great facts about how she publish the first program. This book goes throughout her journey of getting inspiration, creating, and publishing her program. ( )
  Mikaelie | Apr 12, 2021 |
This would be a great book for intermediate students. The book tells the story of Ada Lovelace, a lady who lived through the Industrial Revolution, and who was the first computer programmer. Lovelace grew up with a very imaginative and creative mind that was constantly looking towards the future. When she was little she tried to create wings so she could fly, her mother didn't approve of her imagination and instead pushed her to study math and science. This helped Lovelace tap into her aptitude for science and she went on to create the first computer program and write a scientific paper about it. This book is helpful because of how empowering it is toward women, and from how you can learn so much about another person through it. I would use this book by having it in my classroom library in order for young girls who are interested in math and science to be able to read about Lovelace's accomplishments and feel inspired by her story.
  ledambrockman | Apr 12, 2021 |
In this book, we explore the life of Ada Lovelace as well as her contribution to our world thanks to her thoughts and wisdom on computers. Growing up, Ada loved science but didn't fit in with others. This boook shows us how her love of learning lead to doing some great things. This is a great intermediate read since it is a longer picture book.
  Faith.Burnett. | Apr 11, 2021 |
This book tells the story of Ada Lovelace, a brilliant scientific and mathematical thinker, who worked with the inventor Charles Babbage to write the code for his machine, the Analytical Engine. She is credited as having been the first computer programmer.
Lovelace was Lord Byron's daughter and lived during the Industrial Revolution when women were often excluded from scientific work. Luckily, her mother was also interested in science and math and encouraged her participation in scientific projects.
"Ada Lovelace, Poet of Science" is an informative biography about one woman's role in early coding and computer programming. I would recommend this book to elementary school science teachers or anyone interested in women's involvement in science/history.
I loved Jessie Hartland's colorful illustrations. ( )
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