Atomic Women: The Untold Stories of the Scientists Who Helped Create the Nuclear Bomb

Atomic Women: The Untold Stories of the Scientists Who Helped Create the Nuclear Bomb

Bomb meets Code Girls in this nonfiction narrative about the little known female scientists who were critical to the invention of the atomic bomb--and the moral implications of their work.They were leaning over the edge of the unknown and were afraid of what they would discover there. Meet the World War II female scientists who worked in the secret sites of the Manhattan ...

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Title:Atomic Women: The Untold Stories of the Scientists Who Helped Create the Nuclear Bomb
Author:Roseanne Montillo
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Edition Language:English

Atomic Women: The Untold Stories of the Scientists Who Helped Create the Nuclear Bomb Reviews

  • TheDeityChildren
    The book was very short, only 200 pages, and written in a very simple, factual way, making it easy for me to read, but nothing in it particularly memorable. I was unable to keep track of all the scientists named in this book at points, which was annoying, as they’d pop up at random times. But a...
  • Allison Liu
    *4.5 There were a lot of characters and it was slightly hard to keep track of all of them. However, the author did a great job of telling each characters part in a way that each woman was a distinct person. I loved the way the stories of all the women were weaved together and the effortless way the ...
  • Ellie
    3.5 RTC...
  • Alicia
    It's a short one. This is a super quick introduction to many of the names we've *sort of* heard and names that I haven't heard of related to the discovery of elements and science as they pertain to creating the atomic bomb. The book is written at a fast clip and many of the names come at you fast an...
  • Kate Waggoner
    @KidLitExchangeThank you to @littlebrownyoungreaders and @roseannemontillo for sharing an advance copy of Atomic Women: The Untold Stories of the Scientists Who Helped Create the Nuclear Bomb by Roseanne Montillo. It is set to release May 19, 2020. All opinions are my own. Atomic Women focuses on th...
  • Jean-Christophe Armstrong
    Marie Curie is a badass....
  • Hannah Nagy
    (I have the advanced copy!) Personally this book took me a long time to read. It switched from characters all the time and wasn’t done in an easy to understand way. It also didn’t really have a story line, which I know that it is nonfiction but if the events and people were changed in orde...
  • Julie
    I enjoyed the writing, but this was....kind of a mess. The timelines hopped all over, the book's only a little over 200 pages, so I felt like I wasn't getting to know any of the women, and there was a lot of talk about the actual science (which confused me) and the men involved, which wasn't what I ...

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