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Boss Ladies of Science

Phillip Marsden

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Picture books

From astronomy and quantum physics to neuroscience, vaccinology and primatology, Boss ladies conquer in this illustrated celebration of inspiring and empowered female scientists from around the world.

You have a choice as to whether you will make this world a better place, even in a small way. - Jane Goodall, Primatologist

Boss ladies conquer in this celebration of inspiring and empowered female scientists from around the world. At the top of their fields of astronomy, quantum physics, neuroscience, vaccinology, primatology and more, boss ladies, including Mae Jemison, Merritt Moore and Kiara Nirghin, answer big questions and invent grand solutions.

Every boss lady was once a little kid with a huge dream. Let their trials and triumphs inspire you to work hard at what you love, and to believe in yourself, no matter whether you fail or succeed.

Embrace your interests, your passions, and really give it your all! - Jennifer Doudna, Biochemist

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Praise for Boss Ladies of Science

  • This book should be on every child's book shelf! - Bounty Parents

  • All the women profiled are wonderful role models and their words will encourage a generation of girls to participate. - The Daily Telegraph

  • A fabulous celebration of brilliant women in different sports. - The Word Degree

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Phillip Marsden

Phillip Marsden is a Sydney-based full-time illustrator from Liverpool, England. He is a regular contributor to magazines such as Kerrang, NME and Elle, has illustrated books such as Kicking Goals (with Adam Goodes), I Can't Remember the Title But the Cover Is Blue by Elias Greig, A Boy Called Bob by Bob Murphy & Tony Wilson and A Footy Girl's Guide to the Stars of 2017 by Nicole Hayes and Alicia Sometimes. Boss Ladies of Sport, Phil's first book in the Boss Ladies series, was published in December 2021.

Phillip regularly hosts drawing workshops for kids.

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