Books by Jennifer Hagerman

BOOKWORKS by Gwenyth Swain
Released: July 21, 1995

"Appropriate safety notes are offered, and materials needed are fairly common in art supply stores. (glossary, bibliography, address list, index) (Nonfiction. 10-13)"
Look for breadth rather than depth in this arts-and-crafts idea book. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 9, 1992

"Bibliography. (Biography. 8-12)"
A readable portrait of a great 19th-century pioneer: a chemist who studied at Vassar in its earliest years, was the first woman at MIT (they waived her fees: if she failed, they could disclaim her; she was awarded a degree in 1873, but later denied a doctorate she had earned), and went on to seminal work in water pollution, nutrition, and detecting adulteration of food—all fulfilling her lifelong aim of using science to make people healthier. Read full book review >