October 30, 2018 | Thorndyke
As a devoted library bear I really enjoy learning about your interests. Sometimes they are straightforward, like cars. Or bears. Or mysteries. But other times you just want to read about both princesses and scientists. At the same time. This can be a tall order, but here are a few recommendations that might fit the bill.
Thorndyke, the Snowflake Princess
A girl on a flying horse must be a princess, right? She also happens to be a real-life computer programmer from the nineteenth century.
A princess mechanic with a mind for gadgets? Here she is.
Lillian gave up her princess-like lifestyle to start a family, and ended up becoming an efficiency expert.
That looks like a princess getup if I ever saw one. And inside there are just so many inventions.
Princesses and stars go hand in hand. And Mae does it all: science, dance, education.
Renaissance means princess, right? Inventions and pretty clothes.
One of Hollywood's princesses, Hedy was also wicked smart.
Long dress, butterflies, and amazing medieval science!
The latest installment offers some science fair hi-jinks in addition to the always-present princess fun.
Three princesses of science appear in this slightly fictionalized chapter book.