Marie Curie

Marie Curie not only made some significant breakthroughs in the world of science, but she also showed the world that a woman could tackle complicated scientific problems. The kind of work that she did had been, for the most part, dominated by men. Her achievements paved the way for other women to carry out scientific studies of their own. To find more books about great women look at the Biographies section and the Women's History Month feature.
Marie Curie: The Woman Who Changed the Course of Science (NG World History Biogr

Marie Curie: The Woman Who Changed the Course of Science (NG World History Biogr

Philip Steele
Nonfiction  Series
For ages 8 to 12
National Geographic, 2006   ISBN: 978-0792253877
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Genius: Marie Curie

Genius: Marie Curie

Nick Healy
Nonfiction
For ages 10 to 14
The Creative Company, 2006   ISBN: 978-1583413326
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Something out of nothing: Marie Curie and Radium

Something out of nothing: Marie Curie and Radium

Carla Killough McClafferty
Nonfiction
For ages 12 and up
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006   ISBN: 978-0374380366
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Marie Curie: A Brilliant Life

Marie Curie: A Brilliant Life

Elizabeth MacLeod
Nonfiction  Series
For ages 8 to 12
Kids Can Press, 2004   ISBN: 978-1553375708
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Marie Curie and Radioactivity

Marie Curie and Radioactivity

Connie Colwell Miller
Illustrator:  Scott Larson , Mark Heike 
Nonfiction Graphic Novel  Series
For ages 8 to 10
Capstone Press, 2006   ISBN: 978-0736864862
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