She was a brilliant scientist, a staunch supporter of equal rights for women, a world traveler, a two-time Nobel Prize winner, and a devoted wife and mother. Marie Curie’s dedication and compassion shine in this compelling biography. Colorfully creative artwork reflects a life filled with discoveries, from her childhood in Poland as a brainy, wild-haired little sister to her groundbreaking work in radioactivity, her humanitarian efforts on the front lines of World War I, and her triumph as a respected mind in physics, chemistry, and radiation.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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