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    In today’s blog I preview a new coloring book that showcases 18 Costa Rican women who are doing outstanding work in science and engineering.

    Paula Vega Castillo

    This coloring book is based on the book “The Intrepids” which I co-authored with Ana Luisa Monge Naranjo. Both coloring books and “The Intrepids” will be released in early 2021.

    Mariela Rojas Quesada

    The coloring book series is narrated by a robot named Robby and her friend Luke who is from exoplanet Proxima Centauri b and are conducting research on Costa Rican scientists and engineers.

    Marie Claire Arrieta Mendez

    A similar coloring book based on “To the Stars: Costa Rica in NASA” will be released next year by the Costa Rica Institute of Technology Press.

    Meizel Leiva-Rojas
    Bruce Callow

    Bruce Callow is a Canadian teacher and co-author of the book To the Stars: Costa Rica in NASA. He does space education outreach work on behalf of NASA.

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