Young Katherine Johnson Hardcover
A close and playful glimpse at the childhood of one of the world's greatest geniuses and cultural icons, Katherine Johnson! Katherine Johnson grew up to be the first Black woman to work at NASA, figuring out the path for spacecrafts to go around the Earth and land on the Moon! But before she set her sights on outer space, she was busy making the Earth's surface her laboratory! Equipped with a mind for math, nothing gets past Katherine: how did Noah manage to put 48,000 animals on his ark, not to mention all that feed?! Accompanied by her brother Charlie and her chicken Lucinda, Katherine makes the world her playground and sometimes dreams of a Moon that could answer her questions...or even, growing up in the early 1900s, a more equal society where black people and white people could have the same rights...
Graphic Novels, Historical, Kids, Non-Fiction