Now out: Zaha Hadid by Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara

This is another wonderful entry in the Little People, Big Dreams series. This book tells the story of a young Muslim girl who, when she grew up, became a respected architect. As an architect, Zaha Hadid had a unique vision which included curvilinear constructions.

Young readers will see how this imaginative child became a capable and formidable architect. Knowing about her will encourage girls to not be held back by nationality, religion or wanting to succeed in a male dominated field. Most definitely an empowering message.

The illustrations are a bit cartoon like but nevertheless appealing. There is a time line with photos at the end of the book.

Once again, many thanks to NetGalley and Quarto for this book in exchange for an honest review. I truly love this broad based series.

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