African American Scientist Releases Children’s Book

 
 
The First Book Release in the Girls in Science Series.
The First Book Release in the Girls in Science Series.
 
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BALTIMORE - June 6, 2014 - PRLog -- Contact: Tiffany A. Flowers – contactus@goldenbutterflypublishing.com

Shenell L.T. Bolden is a Maryland native. She was educated in the Prince George’s county school system. Her Bachelors of Science degrees are in Biology and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry & Bioinformatics from Towson University. She earned her Masters of Science degree in Science Education from Morgan State University and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Public Health. Shenell L.T. Bolden is also the C.E.O. of the Sweetest Serendipity. A company she started by using her skills as a scientist to create an all-natural skin care line. Noa the Little Scientist is her first book release in the Girls in Science Series.

In terms of her inspiration for this book, Shenell states:

“I decided to write this book after being interviewed for a book myself. The book that I was interviewed for focused on Black women in the sciences. Apparently, Black women in science careers are rare. I was asked to discuss my journey in school and why I stayed the difficult course in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) pipeline, when so many others do not. I want to influence young girls who look like me to not be afraid to go into science as a career. I want all girls everywhere to understand that there is no limit to what we can do. I call it, “embracing the struggle.” Yes, the STEM field is hard. But if you love science like I do, nothing can keep you away from it. I am living proof of how far an inquisitive mind can take you when it is cultivated properly. It’s ok to be a nerd. Nerd is not a bad word – wear it as a badge of honor.” – Shenell L. T. Bolden

We are truly excited to provide talented role models like Shenell Bolden with the opportunity to become published authors.”

-Tiffany A. Flowers, Owner, Golden Butterfly Publishing

Fans can find out more about Shenell’s work by logging on to http://noathelittlescientist.blogspot.com/.

In order to purchase her book, readers can find her ebook wherever ebooks are sold. Anyone  can access her book by following the links here: Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Little-Scientist-Girls-Science-Coll...)   Barnes & Noble (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/noa-the-little-scientist-...).

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