Friday, March 4, 2016

Women In Science History Reading Challenge - March 2016

In case you didn’t realize it, March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate, Katie at Doing Dewey is hosting the Women In Science History Reading Challenge. This is a wonderful follow-up to last month’s #NFBookClub read-along of Headstrong by Rachel Swaby.

This is a little last minute for me and as you can see from my March reading map, I already have a pretty full month of reading planned. I am going to try to squeeze in at least one more book, though, because there are so many interesting books about women scientists on my reading list.

Here are just a few that appeal to me:

If you think this sounds like a fun project for March, be sure to check out Women In Science History Reading Challenge at Doing Dewey!

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  1. I love this event! I'm in the same boat as you, though, and already have a full load this month. I'll try to squeeze one in if I can, though! I'll be interested to see which of these books you choose.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing, Kim! I'm having a little bit of a hard time even fitting in books myself because I did end up planning pretty last minute, but hopefully next year I'll get it planned earlier :)