A challenging novel for those children who appreciate different forms of literature and the interplay of symbols and imagery.
The chapters work together to give us an engaging portrait of the role women have played in space history.
For the girl with stars in her eyes, and not the Hollywood kind.
Globe and Mail
The author brings to life these women's dreams, struggles and achievements. Highly recommended for ages 9 and up.
Proof that you don't need a Y-chromosome to make significant advances in space travel.
I recommend this book to libraries that want to increase their biography and research collection.
Lane Education Service District
These women are inspirations to any girl or woman interested in a traditionally male-dominated career.