New book by Cranbrook middle school students features important women

SUNBURY PRESS BOOKS

BIRMINGHAM, Mich.Sunbury Press has released Women Who Changed the World: The Journey and the Joy, a compilation about important women by students from the Crankbrook Schools.

A talented group of 8th grade female student authors from the Cranbrook Schools, guided by three editors, collaborated in what they called “The Cranbrook Project,” to create a book of brief biographies about important women who have achieved great things in their lives. The girls wrote about the following women:

  • Dr. Sue Carter
  • Mamatha Chamarthi
  • Mildred Dresselhaus
  • Katharine Hayhoe
  • Justice Bridget McCormack
  • Justice Maura Corrigan
  • Lou Anna K. Simon
  • Dr. Xiangqun Zeng
  • Lynn Povich
  • Arlyce Seibert
  • Kym Worthy
  • Florine Mark

wwctw_fcAbout the Cranbrook Schools:
The Campus
Cranbrook Schools is located on a beautiful 319-acre campus, known as one of the masterpieces of American architecture. In 1989, it was designated as a National Historic Landmark, an honor accorded only two other independent…

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