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Brave New Girls: Stories of Girls Who Science and Scheme

(Brave New Girls #2)

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Dive into a universe of sci-fi wonders.

This collection of sci-fi shorts features a variety of brainy young heroines—girls who engineer, tinker, experiment, and more. Voyage to far-off galaxies with girls who use their science savvy to fix rovers, rescue friends, and protect alien critters. Visit steampunk realms where young ladies put their skills to the test building mech
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Paperback, 400 pages
Published August 1st 2017 by Brave New Girls
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When I reviewed the science fiction/mystery crossover anthology, Love, Murder & Mayhem: Cosmic Tales of the Heart Gone Deadly Wrong, I particularly mentioned author Mary Fan's AI Sherlock story and the Brave New Girls anthologies which she co-edits with author Paige Daniels. Mary Fan noticed my review and sent me an ARC of Brave New Girls # 2 in return for this honest review.
Let me say that I was impressed by the series concept which is to encourage girls to study the sciences and enter sci
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Kelley
Aug 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Intrepid editors Mary Fan and Paige Daniels are back together for another Brave New Girls Anthology. With an awesome triad of sci-fi story sections: Scintillating Space, Steampunk STEM, and Cyborgs and Cyberworlds (we all adore alliteration!), these authors do a fantastic job of demonstrating, as remarked by editor Mary Fan, worlds where “individuals are into STEM and who are the heroines of their own stories. Girls should be unlimited.”
 
And these girls are! This book’s proceeds go toward introd
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Mandi Jayne
Aug 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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(Thanks to the Kid Lit Exchange network for the review copy of this book-all opinions are my own)

*Loved* this fun collection of short stories about girls and science!! My daughters are a wee bit young to read the whole book themselves, but we did a few read alouds with my fave stories and they enjoyed them too. I thought the format of the book was awesome, it provided a way for many girls of different backgrounds to be the hero of their own story. It's a middle grade book, but would definitely a
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Carol Thompson
Sep 03, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Inspiring Stories

Ideal for smart girls and boys.

As usual with anthologies the quality of the individual stories varies, but all are entertaining.
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Paige Daniels is the pen name of Tina Closser. By day she works as an Electrical Engineer and Mom mushing her kids from gymnastics and violin practice. After the kids go to bed, she rocks out with her headphones turned to eleven and cranks out books. She is an uber science geek. If she wasn't married to the most terrific guy in the world, she would be a groupie for Adam Baldwin.

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