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The STEM Diaries

Created by hand with fun illustrations and analogies: the perfect introduction to engineering concepts for the visual learner.

  • #1 New Release in Children’s Electricity Books

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  • #1 New Release in Children’s Electricity Books
  • “A textbook in disguise” –Romper

In Circuits, you will learn about…

  • Types of circuits
  • Circuit elements, characteristics and applications

In Energy Conversion, you will learn…

  • About electrical energy
  • How electrical energy is generated, transmitted and distributed
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A Student Author

Emily’s Story

“Applications for the senior class scholarship contest are due in February,” my high school AP physics teacher reminded the class, as he passed out that week’s announcements. I glanced around the room and noticed I was one of three girls in a sea of twenty boys, before reading the announcement’s heading: 


That day after school, as I worked through my physic’s homework on circuits, which I considered mini-puzzles, I wished I learned about the topic earlier in my academic career. I researched available material to learn about circuits and, to my disappointment, discovered a lack of resources for younger students.  

Then, it clicked. My entry for the scholarship contest would combine my love of circuits with my passion for bullet journaling. I proposed to create a non-intimidating, conceptual, introductory book about circuits to ignite young girls’ curiosity in STEM.


During my sophomore year at Bucknell University, I presented my high school project to my electrical engineering professors, who encouraged me to self-publish my then-titled book The Fundamentals of Circuits Made Easy on Amazon. 

Now as a college senior, I rebranded this book as the first installment of The STEM Diaries, which launched in January 2021, along with my second book about energy conversion.

Books in Action

My 4 y/o daughter loves your circuits book! She absolutely loves illustrated books…and I think this book appeals to her in the same way.” 

–Ben F.

February 2021