Review of 'Women In Science' by Rachel Ignotofsky

What attracted me to this book initially is the colorful, illustrations throughout.  It's really unique for this style of book.

As a hardcover book you open up to end pages in the same style of illustration as throughout the book but in simpler colors. Starting with an introduction the book has packed its 126 pages with fifty notable women in the fields of science, mathematics and technology.

Each woman has a two page spread with a basic biography and key achievements or awards.  The style of the illustrations reminds me of illustrations done for the star signs in astronomy or astrology.

While the font is fairly small the information is to the point
and interesting.  At the end there was a listing of more women in science and what they achieved in more of a summary with a picture.

It is a beautifully designed book and I would recommend it to anyone interested in this topic. It certainly contains a lot of information.

Please note that I was sent a copy of this book for purposes of review, however this review is entirely my own.