It was a huge pleasure to write an article for BookTrust about writing I, ADA and why we need stories about women in STEM.
Monthly Archives: September 2020
It was a huge pleasure to talk to Nikki Gamble for her In the Reading Corner podcast – a podcast for teachers, student teachers and librarians. We chatted about why I wrote I, ADA; what I learned about Ada and her mother while researching the book; and whether I envisage ever writing music based on… Read more »
The I, ADA Bookstagram Tour started on Monday 31st August on Instagram! Many thanks to @kaleidoscopictours for organising this, and to all the wonderful people taking part: I am so enjoying reading all the posts, extracts, and thoughtful reviews – and loving the pictures too! (Featured image from @livinginmyownprivatelibrary)
I am totally delighted that I, ADA was chosen as the Children’s Book of the Week by Alex O’Connell in The Times. Read the article here [paywall] or pasted below: It’s been a bad week for the algorithm, with its blunt treatment of teachers’ exam assessments. Thankfully, this imaginatively told story of the British… Read more »