An inspiring nonfiction picture book about Rosalind Franklin, the groundbreaking chemist who helped discover the structure of DNA but was not included in the glory that came to those solely credited for it. In this book, Rosalind Franklin is remembered, and her story put back in the narrative where it belongs.
Illustrations by Gretchen Ellen Powers.
★ “[A] compelling introduction to an extraordinary scientist.” –Booklist
★ “As she weaves science and history, Stone unravels dual mysteries centering on the double helix: how the “secret of life…makes you—YOU.” –Horn Book
★ “poignant…Remember Rosalind? She’s unforgettable.” –SLJ