As a girl, “inventions and equations kept [Ada Byron] company.” In the 1840s, in her twenties, she wrote an algorithm for Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine. It was the world’s first computer program. Author’s note. Sources. Time line. Partial bibliography. Full-color illustrations created with pencil and colored digitally.
Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking MachineBook Verdict
ISBN: 9781939547200 Format: Print Book Edition: Hardcover edition Publisher: Creston Page Count: 40 Trim Size: 9" x 11" Accelerated Reader: Level: 4.6, Points: 0.5 Awards & Honors: Booklist Lasting Connections, 2015
Booklist Editor’s Choice 2015, Nonfiction, Young Readers
2016 Amelia Bloomer List, Early Readers–Nonfiction
2016 Cook Prize Honor Book
2016 Crystal Kite Award Winner, Atlantic
NSTA Best STEM Books for Students K -12: 2017
Children’s Book Committee Bank Street College of Education Best Children’s Books of 2016, Biography and Memoir
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