The heart of STEM education and the Makerspace movement is to facilitate innovation, creativity, and solve complex problems with new solutions. This book by Miranda Paul tells the story of a creative community leader, Isatou Ceesay, and the recycling women of the Gambia. Readers will appreciate Isatou’s ingenuity and be inspired to make a difference in their own communities.
The book tells the story of the plastic pollution problem and unlikely solution. Readers will learn anyone can make our world a better place. This book should be read from beginning to end, as it reads like a narrative but offers a great model for designing a solution to a very large, worldwide problem. This and other STEM-focused texts are part of the LITE non-fiction series that will inspire students to innovate and become the leaders of tomorrow.