Shenell L.T. Bolden is a Maryland native. She was educated in the Prince George’s county school system. Her Bachelors of Science degrees are in Biology and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry & Bioinformatics from Towson University. She earned her Masters of Science degree in Science Education from Morgan State University and is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Public Health. Shenell L.T. Bolden is also the C.E.O. of the Sweetest Serendipity. A company she started by using her skills as a scientist to create an all-natural skin care line. Noa the Little Scientist is her first book release in the Girls in Science Series.
Where do you typically write?
Believe it or not, at home on the couch; I like to be comfortable.
Please tell us about your writing process.
I don’t really have a process that I particularly follow. My books have a STEM focus so once I know which experiment I want Noa to experience next, I build the story around the experiment.
The Girls in Science Series are creative fiction stories about nonfiction topics. In each story, girls are featured while they learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math careers. This series is great for those that want to inspire girls into careers in science.
Noa is your average elementary school kid. She likes school, she likes to learn and she loves to eat spaghetti! Noa’s teacher Mrs. Campbell introduces her to science. Then her whole world opens up. She becomes enthralled with science and how things work. Join her on her journey of discovery.