Who Was Marie Curie?

Who Was Marie Curie Born in Warsaw Poland on November Marie Curie was forbidden to attend the male only University of Warsaw so she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics There she

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  • Title: Who Was Marie Curie?
  • Author: Megan Stine Ted Hammond
  • ISBN: 9780448478968
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Born in Warsaw, Poland, on November 7, 1867, Marie Curie was forbidden to attend the male only University of Warsaw, so she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics There she met a professor named Pierre Curie, and the two soon married, forming one of the most famous scientific partnerships in history Together they discovered two elements and woBorn in Warsaw, Poland, on November 7, 1867, Marie Curie was forbidden to attend the male only University of Warsaw, so she enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics There she met a professor named Pierre Curie, and the two soon married, forming one of the most famous scientific partnerships in history Together they discovered two elements and won a Nobel Prize in 1903 Later Marie won another Nobel award for chemistry in 1911 She died in Savoy, France, on July 4, 1934, a victim of many years of exposure to toxic radiation.

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    1. I thought the book was very informing. In the beginning, I knew very little of Marie Curie and what she had discovered. After reading, I understood much more!

    2. This book is biography about a woman name Marie Curie, and the book takes you through her life starting when she was born until when she died, Here is some things in this book. Marie Curie enrolled at the Sorbonne in Paris to study physics and mathematics. when she arrived she ended up meeting a man named Pierre Curie. Both of them ended up becoming famous, they discovered two elements radium and polonium, and won a Nobel Prize. Marie Curie also won an award for chemistry. Marie passed away on J [...]

    3. My daughter chose to be Marie Curie for her famous person project and read this book for research. She said it was a great book so I read it too. This is a wonderful book for a child doing a project on Marie Curie to read or for anyone interested in this amazing person. It is clear and succinct, containing all the important information you would need to know, but is also very interesting. I thought I knew a lot about Marie Curie, but I learned so much more. She was incredible! We know she was th [...]

    4. Maya Margalit 11/22/16block 2This book was about the scientist Marie Curie. Marie Curie discovered a new metal and was the first lady to win a Nobel Prize. She watched her father as he worked and admire his little bottles he kept on a shelf. She lived in Poland and went to a school where she had to speak a different language. When she grow older she worked as a governess and fell in love with the son of the family she worked for. But they forbade her from marrying their son so she moved to Franc [...]

    5. It's hard to get reluctant readers to read anything, let alone biographies which is why I love this series. Each book tells the story of someone fantastic from history in an accessible way. The illustrations are great for bringing the story to life. As an adult, it only takes about 20-25 min to read one book but for a lot of kids, it's a real accomplishment finishing one of these. I usually leave each book feeling wildly impressed with who I just read about, I don't know why, but I didn't feel t [...]

    6. When I checked this ebook out I didn't realize it was a book for young readers, though the crazy portrait on the cover should have clued me in. While not the in-depth biography on Marie Curie and radium I was looking for, it was a quick and informative read.

    7. Of course I had to read this one, after all she discovered two elements and coined the term radioactivity. I learned some fun facts I didn't know before: she won 2 Nobel Prizes and her daughter went on to win one as well.

    8. Well done biography for young readers. The background knowledge is placed strategically in the book. I found those vignettes helpful for scaffolding the new facts and enabling better understanding of Curie's contributions and challenges in a world wide context.

    9. You should read this book it's very interesting. And it has science in it that people would probably like

    10. An elementary age level biography of famed scientist Marie Curie. Loved that it covered not only her discoveries but her struggles to be recognized and her life beyond.

    11. NovemberWho was Marie Curie?Megan Stine On November 7, 1867 in modern-day Poland, Marie Curie was born and her lifetime began. Both of Maries parents were teachers, she was the youngest of her 5 siblings. Curie looked up to here father who was a math and physics teacher. Marie Curie was very smart and excelled in school. A tragedy happened when she was only 10 years old. Marie's mother died of Tuberculosis. For roughly five years, Curie worked as a tutor and a governess. She used her spare time [...]

    12. Maria Curie was a scientist in the late 1800's (and early 1900's) at a time when almost all scientists were men. She was born in Poland but studied and worked in Paris, she later changed her name to the French spelling Marie. Lily and I were impressed by her many great accomplishments especially in a field and time when it was difficult for women to be fully respected. Marie studied science, math, and magnetism. She graduated number one in her class (ahead of all the boys)! She discovered poloni [...]

    13. Maria Curie was a scientist in the late 1800's (and early 1900's) at a time when almost all scientists were men. She was born in Poland but studied and worked in Paris, she later changed her name to the French spelling Marie.My dad and I were impressed by her many great accomplishments in a field and time when it was difficult for women to be fully respected. Marie studied science, math, and magnetism. She graduated number one in her class (ahead of all the boys)! She discovered polonium and rad [...]

    14. Carie Curie in the very beginning had been sent an email stating that, she was invited to meet the king and queen for dinner and possibly win a Noble Prize! She was very thrilled and excited. She was a female scientist. There were rarely any female scientists at the time. Then it hit her, this is why she was invited to have super with the king and queen! At first, she didn't know why she was invited, but now she has a clue of why.Carie Currie was an adult, but acted very childish. She loved play [...]

    15. Marie Curie was a very talented woman who was born in Warsaw, the capital city of Poland. Since she was a child, Marie Curie had always wanted to become a scientist. Since her father taught science, Marie always loved to go to her fathers lab and just stare at the glass cases that held her fathers science equipment. The only problem was that Marie Curie's family was not the richest so they could not afford to send her into a good collage to study science. Then Marie Curie finds a really good col [...]

    16. Who Was Marie Curie is about one of the most famous scientists of all time. She discovered radium. It was OK, but kind of sad. I really hated how France thought that men where so much better than woman. They didn't even have a word for female student! They only had a word for "the girlfriend of the student.

    17. This is a great book for children interested in learning more about Marie Curie. It has great vocabulary and even explains some of the more complicated parts of her story in ways that children can understand. I'm excited to read more of these nonfiction books.

    18. These Who Was/Who Is/What Is books are great for kids 10 and up. They are interesting and informative without being an overwhelming read for young people. I bought my eleven-year-old several of these books and she loves them. They are really great educational books.

    19. Who Was Marie Curie was written by Megan Stine. It is a nonfiction book that takes place in France and Poland and the main character is Marie Curie. It is about Marie Curie and what she did in her life. It is also about the discoveries she made. I rate this book 5 stars.

    20. Before reading this, I have only heard of Marie Curie and knew about some of her work. This woman was amazing, she spoke 5 languages!!!!!

    21. A very short gist of the life of Marie Curie. The only female scientist to win the Nobel prize twice. It makes for an interesting read of her biography by her daughter. Will be my next read.

    22. There was one part of the book that didn't make sense, otherwise, it was a good read about the life of Marie Curie. Great starter for kids.

    23. I liked it. She didn't have enough money for her to go to college then after she had enough money to go to the flying university cause they didn't want Russia to know about it. She lived in Poland.

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