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|245||14||a|The girl who could fix anything :|
b|Beatrice Shilling, World War II engineer /
c|written by Mara Rockliff ; illustrated by Daniel Duncan.
|260||a|Somerville, MA :|
|300||a| p. :|
b|col. ill. ;
|510||3||a|Booklist, June 01, 2021|
|510||3||a|Kirkus, August 01, 2021|
|510||3||a|School library journal, July 2021|
|510||3||a|Horn book, September 2021|
|510||3||a|The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, July 2021|
|520||a|When Beatrice left home to study engineering, she knew that as a girl she wouldn't be quite like the other engineers. It took hard work and perseverance to persuade the Royal Aircraft Establishment to give her a chance. When World War II broke out and British fighter pilots took to the skies in a desperate struggle for survival against Hitler's bombers, it was clearly time for new ideas. Could Beatrice solve an engine puzzle and help Britain win the war?|
|610||27||a|Royal Aircraft Establishment (Great Britain)|
|610||21||a|Royal Aircraft Establishment (Great Britain)|
|650||7||a|Women aeronautical engineers|
|650||7||a|World War, 1939-1945.|
|650||1||a|Women aeronautical engineers|
|650||1||a|World War, 1939-1945.|
a|NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Women.
a|NONFICTION / Biography & Autobiography / Science & Technology.