The inspiring precise tale of mathematician Katherine Johnson–made well-known via the award-profitable movie Hidden Figures–who counted and computed her strategy to NASA and helped placed a person at the moon!

Katherine knew it used to be fallacious that African American citizens did not have the similar rights as others–as fallacious as five+five=12. She knew it used to be fallacious that individuals concept girls may just handiest be academics or nurses–as fallacious as 10-five=three. And he or she proved everybody fallacious via zooming in advance of her classmates, beginning school at fifteen, and sooner or later becoming a member of NASA, the place her calculations helped pioneer The us’s first manned flight into house, its first manned orbit of Earth, and the sector’s first go back and forth to the moon!
Award-profitable creator Suzanne Slade and debut artist Veronica Miller Jamison inform the tale of a NASA “pc” on this well written, charmingly illustrated biography.