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Ada Lovelace and the start of computers, [story and art by ] Jordi Bayarri ; [translation by Sofia Huitron Martinez ; coloring by Dani Seijas ; coloring assistance by Javier Moreno]

Label
Ada Lovelace and the start of computers, [story and art by ] Jordi Bayarri ; [translation by Sofia Huitron Martinez ; coloring by Dani Seijas ; coloring assistance by Javier Moreno]
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 39) and index
resource.biographical
individual biography
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
GN550L, Lexile
resource.interestAgeLevel
Ages 9-14
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Ada Lovelace and the start of computers
Nature of contents
comics graphic novelsbibliography
Oclc number
1306538635
Responsibility statement
[story and art by ] Jordi Bayarri ; [translation by Sofia Huitron Martinez ; coloring by Dani Seijas ; coloring assistance by Javier Moreno]
Series statement
Graphic science biographies
Summary
"Ada Lovelace turned her powerful imagination into a vision of the future, predicting the impact of computers on human life. Lovelace had a unique education and embraced mathematics. She became one of the biggest believers in engineer Charles Babbage's ideas for calculation machines. This graphic biography shows how Lovelace helped spread awareness of what an early computer could do and how she became one of the first computer programmers. It also shows how Lovelace pushed back against doubts about calculation machines and against her own self-doubt." -- Back cover
Target audience
juvenile
Classification
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