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Rachel Carson.

by Rooney, Anne,

Format: Print Book 2020
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Summary
Rachel Carson's published books boosted the environmental movement in politics.

Women in Science series takes a highly visual approach to telling the stories of important women scientists. Features include bite-sized text telling the story of a scientist's life, groundbreaking works, and legacy for young readers (Ages 7-8).

Rachel Carson was a 20th century marine biologist and science writer, whose work on the harmful effects of the insecticide DDT helped to raise awareness about humanity's impact on the natural world and the often-unintended consequences of scientific progress.
Additional Information
Subjects catreq 11/20/19 dm
Publisher 2020
Contributors Lundie, Isobel, illustrator.
Notes Includes index.
"Published in Great Britain in 2019 by Book House, an imprint of The Salariya Book Company Ltd."
Description 32 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
ISBN 9780531239544 (pbk.)
9780531235379 (library binding)
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