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Barron's, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Marie Curie's scientific research and discovery of radium in 1902, helped open the door to our modern nuclear age. This handsomely illustrated, documentary-style volume is filled with facts but conveys the drama of a good story. An exciting tale of scientific exploration for young readers.

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Contents

EARLY LIFE
6
IN SEARCH OF A PATRON
8
THE CONQUEROR
10
Copyright

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Dr Jen Green worked in publishing for 15 years and is now a full-time writer who has written over 200 books for children, on geography, the environment, history, natural history, and other subjects. Her Heinemann-Raintree title on Sustaining Our Natural Resources was selected in 2011 for the Junior Library Guild's SLJ Curriculum Levels program.

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