Young Trailblazers: The Book of Black Inventors and Scientists
There are Black scientists and Black inventors such as George Washington Carver and Madam C.J. Walker we all know, and there are also dozens of Black Trailblazers that we don't, all of whom have accomplished remarkable things in literature, education, STEM, business, and more.
Go on an adventure and travel through time to meet historical Black trailblazers who changed the game. Countdown to liftoff with Katherine Johnson who helped pioneer U.S. crewed space missions. Safely cross the street with Garrett Morgan who invented the traffic signal. Or even sing your heart out with James West's invention of the microphone!
From Black inventors to Black scientists, this fun new book is all about Black trailblazers who have impacted the world through their actions and invention.
- Written by M.J. Fievre
- Illustrated by Kim Balacuit
- 144 pages
- Recommended reading age: 8+