Rosie Revere Engineer

Updated: Jul 30, 2018

This book is about a curious girl who likes inventing new things and trying different stuff, fails but never gives up, which are all characteristics an engineer needs to have. This book is a great way to encourage girls in STEM fields (STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math) because most of the STEM book’s protagonist is a boy. That makes children think that girls cannot be an engineer. This book revolts against those stereotyped ideas. If you are searching for other STEM books all of this series books are great. You can check “Ada Twist, Scientist” Illustrations of the book are absolutely amazing. They are very creative, interesting, and fun. Also, the book rhymes and that makes the book even funnier. The best thing about this book is the main character Rosie Revere represents Rosie the Riveter who was the scarf-wearing fictional character whose slogan was “We can do it” and symbolized American women during World War 2. Don’t forget “We can do it”. Girls can be engineers, scientists, heroes, and whatever they want.