Scientists Get Dressed
In Deborah Lee Rose’s new, expanded STEM picture book SCIENTISTS GET DRESSED, explore how scientists suit up, gown up, gear up, even dress up in costume to make new scientific discoveries, save lives, and save our planet. Through stunning and engaging “you are there” photos—many never published before—paired with fun-fact filled text, meet real scientists at work from space to the ocean, to find out what these scientists do, how they do it, and why it matters.
SCIENTISTS GET DRESSED spotlights a diversity of scientists dressed for their jobs from labs to lava fields, from the sunlit forest canopy to dark bat caves, from buzzing beehives to beyond Earth’s atmosphere. The book encourages kids to create their own STEM stories, and includes special information from Cornell Lab of Ornithology about how kids can get become citizen scientists.
SCIENTISTS GET DRESSED
NEW BOOK FOR FALL 2019!
IF YOU WERE A SCIENTIST, HOW WOULD YOU GET DRESSED?
SCIENTISTS GET DRESSED inspires kids to explore STEM in new ways and to imagine themselves getting dressed for exciting, important SCIENTIFIC work.
FREE POSTER OF MARINE BIOLOGIST AND WHALE SHARK ON BOOK JACKET REVERSE SIDE
Photo (c) Andy Murch, used by permission
(FOR USE OF POSTER or IMAGE, CONTACT DEBORAH LEE ROSE)
“While the scientists in the book include pioneers in their fields and environmental heroes, Scientists Get Dressed captures the important fact that scientists work everywhere, and are everyday people children might encounter.”—Christine Royce, author of “Teaching Through Trade Books” column, NSTA Science and Children journal
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Freshwater chemist Lucy Rose’s frozen waders—and her field work in an icy stream—helped inspire her aunt’s newest STEM book.
Photo (c) Lucy Rose from Scientists Get Dressed