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In the Land of Invisible Women
This memoir by Qanta A. Ahmed, a British Muslim doctor, begins in the late 1990s when her application to renew her U.S. visa is denied and she accepts a job in Saudi Arabia. Though excited about the prospect of forming a deeper connection to her faith, she struggles with being a feminist, a doctor, and a Western woman living and working in a country that’s deeply oppressive to women. (Grades 9–12)
In-text: Minero, Emelina. “12 Inpiring STEM Books for Girls .” Edutopia, 15 May 2017, www.edutopia.org/article/12-inspiring-stem-books-girls-emelina-minero.