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Mae Among the Stars von Roda Ahmed
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Mae Among the Stars (Original 2018; 2018. Auflage)

von Roda Ahmed (Autor), Stasia Burrington (Illustrator)

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When young Mae Jemison is asked by her teacher what she wants to be when she grows up, African American Mae tells her mostly white classmates that she wants to be an astronaut, a dream that her parents wholeheartedly support.
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Titel:Mae Among the Stars
Autoren:Roda Ahmed (Autor)
Weitere Autoren:Stasia Burrington (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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Mae Among the Stars von Roda Ahmed (2018)

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When Little Mae was a child, she dreamed of dancing in space. She imagined herself surrounded by billions of stars, floating, gliding, and discovering.

She wanted to be an astronaut.

Her mom told her, "If you believe it, and work hard for it, anything is possible.”

Little Mae’s curiosity, intelligence, and determination, matched with her parents' encouraging words, paved the way for her incredible success at NASA as the first African American woman to travel in space.

This book will inspire other young girls to reach for the stars, to aspire for the impossible, and to persist with childlike imagination. (amazon.com)
  CDJLibrary | Jan 4, 2021 |
This is a beautifully illustrated picture book inspired by the life of Mae Jemison, the first African American woman to travel in space. The story starts with a young Mae dreaming of the stars, and though her teacher does not encourage her dream of being an astronaut, her supportive parents do. Students also react to this part of the story, and we learn how important it is to support other people's dreams and believe in our own. This is a good book to read to Kindergartners and first graders, and good for second graders. ( )
  hollypratt | Jul 31, 2020 |
Mae dreamt of the stars. She dreamt of being able to see Earth from outer space. Mae read books about science. She even made herself an astronaut costume. She was fascinated with becoming an astronaut. Her parents encouraged her, too, always telling her that she could do whatever she dreamed about and worked hard for. One day, Mae went to school and the students had to reveal what they wanted to be when they grew up. When Mae said she wanted to be an astronaut, Ms. Bell not only discouraged her dreams, but then offered her a suggestion. Maybe a nurse assistant would be good for "her" kind. You see, Mae was a little black girl. To some, dreams came in color. That almost derailed Mae, for she believed what her teacher said. Thank goodness for her parents. Mae put her best foot forward, and eventually put that best foot right into space. Dr. Mae Jemison became the first female African American astronaut in space on September 12, 1992. ( )
  J.Peterson | Apr 25, 2020 |
Mae Among the Stars is a children’s picture book biography written by Roda Ahmed and illustrated by Stasia Burrington. It was published by HarperCollins books in 2018. It is most suitable for children ages 4-8. I enjoyed this book a lot and think that the message it sends is something all children would benefit. This book is about a little girl named Mae who dreams of becoming an astronaut. Her parents always encourage her and tell her that if she believes it and works hard for it, anything is possible which is the message the book sends. This book is based on Dr. Mae Jemison, a real woman astronaut -the first African American female astronaut and then the first African American woman in space. It loosely told her story in a way that was engaging and inspiring to children and I like the page at the end that tells about the real Dr. Mae and her story, education, and the firsts she accomplished. I also liked the images in this book because although they were quite simple they enhanced the story and fit the mood. For example, you see young Mae learning about space from books and creating her own astronaut suit and helmet from supplies at home. On one page, after her teacher has suggested that perhaps another profession would be better, Mae looks very gloomy and the illustrator utilized cold blue and gray colors to emit her disappointed mood to the readers.
  chelleruiz6 | Mar 21, 2020 |
Such a powerful message in this book. Mae is a young black girl who aspires to be an astronaut when she grows up. She talks about it, dresses up like it, and even has real dreams about it. When Mae goes to school, her teacher asks the class to say what they want to be when they grow up. The other students say traditional jobs and when it is her turn, she tells the teacher she wants to be an astronaut, but the teacher thinks she should be nurse instead. Mae ends up growing up and becoming a real astronaut. I loved reading this. This shows children that even if people do not believe in your dream, if you “dream it, believe it, and work hard for it, anything is possible,” which is the main theme in the book. The author uses that line three separate times, which I think is because she wants it to resonate with children reading. I loved the illustrations as well, very detailed. ( )
  aengolia | Mar 4, 2020 |
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Roda AhmedHauptautoralle Ausgabenberechnet
Burrington, StasiaIllustratorCo-Autoralle Ausgabenbestätigt
Donaldson, Chelsea C.Book and cover designerCo-Autoreinige Ausgabenbestätigt
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