Ethan's STEM Adventures: I Can Be a Scientist!

Ethan's STEM Adventures: I Can Be a Scientist!

by Louis Desforges
Ethan's STEM Adventures: I Can Be a Scientist!

Ethan's STEM Adventures: I Can Be a Scientist!

by Louis Desforges

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Overview

Like the infinite-shade of colors, the richness of life is enhanced by our natural inclination, as creative beings, to hold distinct perspectives on just about any subject. Collectively, however, I believe we all appreciate the profound significance of all the things that influenced and molded us from an early age-the moments and events that are weaved intricately into our memories.

Who amongst us cannot recall a story, no matter what artistic form used to bring it to life: a book, a show, a play, a comic, a song, a movie, or even a real-life character (that family member, teacher, coach, or friend) who shaped the lens with which we view the world then, now, and always.

For this very reason, I believe children should see themselves represented in all areas of human endeavors, cementing deep within their framework the possibilities that await, regardless of prevailing circumstances.

My hope is to bridge the diversity gap in STEM by creating excitement around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through diverse representation.

"I see me, therefore I can be."

So it remains, like the infinite shades of color, the richness of life is enhanced by the stories and experiences that holds us.

-Louis J. Desforges


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228843597
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 08/06/2021
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)
Age Range: 3 - 10 Years

About the Author

Having endless curiosity, Louis has always been enthralled by the inner workings of everything around him. With a natural and insatiable drive to build, explore, and understand, one of his fondest childhood memories is harvesting toasters, microwaves, TVs, and other discarded electronics in his Brooklyn neighborhood so he could take apart and rebuild them, or scavenge parts to build his own remote-controlled cars or planes.He is the first to admit that nothing ever worked as intended, or at all, for that matter, but that never really mattered to him. As long as he was dissecting, constructing, exploring and learning, his cup was always full.Today, his tinkering looks very different. Louis spends countless hours building and rebuilding Lego sets with his four-year-old son. With any free time left after work and family life (usually late at night), you can find Louis in his workshop (any available free space with a flat surface) writing, painting, sculpting or toiling over his photography; nonetheless, his deep love for STEM remains, and at its core feeds his endless curiosity and desire to understand the inner workings of everything.
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