Fb2 Scientist and Teacher, Anne Barrett Swanson (American Women in Science Biography) ePub
by Holly Meeker Rom,Mary Ellen Verheyden-Hilliard
|Author:||Holly Meeker Rom,Mary Ellen Verheyden-Hilliard|
|Publisher:||Equity Inst (June 1, 1988)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1261 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1987 kb|
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Informationen zum Titel Scientist and Teacher, Anne Barrett Swanson von Mary Ellen Verheyden-Hilliard aus der Reihe American women in science biography Book Description This is the true story of a girl who never gave up. When Anne was born in Coal City, Illinois, the doctor told her parents she should be institutionalized because she had osteogenesis imperfecta, a disability that causes bones to break very easily. Her parents took her home and although Anne stopped growing physicaly at 3 feet 7 inches, she never stopped growing mentally.
Verheyden-Hilliard tries to make these brief life stories hold interest within the limited vocabulary and uncomplicated sentence structure. Both of the subjects overcame physical handicaps as well, which makes their stories even more inspirational. Anne Barrett was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a bone weakness which caused one doctor to advise her parents to leave her in a hospital all of her life.
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Mary Ellen Verheyden-Hilliard has written: 'A handbook for workshops on sex equality in education' - subject(s): Educational counseling, Handbooks, manuals, Sex discrimination in education 'Reducing sex sterotyping in career. A handbook for workshops on sex equality in education' - subject(s): Educational counseling, Handbooks, manuals, Sex discrimination in education. Reducing sex sterotyping in career education' - subject(s): Sex discrimination in employment, Sex role, Vocational education. Scientist and puzzle solver, Constance Tom Noguchi' - subject(s): Biography, Juvenile literature, Physicists, Scientists, Sickle cell anemia, Women physicists.
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