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African American Scientist Releases Children’s Book
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)
“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/
Golden Butterfly Publishing