The STEAM Queens is a whimsical story about a little girl named Ivy who loves Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Ivy celebrates the importance of diversity in STEAM, and her passion has earned her the title STEAM Queen. She hopes that by teaching more girls how awesome STEAM is, she can help them earn their crowns too. That way they can all share the throne.

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Never be afraid to wear your crown!

Download your FREE STEAM Queen crown coloring page and create your own masterpiece! Be sure to tag us on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #thesteamqueens so that we can see your creations.

Grow your STEAM Vocabulary!

Each week you will get new words from a different STEAM subject, Practice saying, writing, and using each word in a sentence. Also, tell us which subject you believe the words are from. Remember sometimes words can fit in more than one category. 

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Book Launch & Signing
Sat, Feb 16
O'Fallon Park Rec Complex
Feb 16, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
O'Fallon Park Rec Complex, 4343 W Florissant Ave, St. Louis, MO 63115, USA
After spending countless hours working up to its release, I’m proud to announce that it’s finally ready. Creative, innovative, and filled with excitement, The Steam Queens is the next book for you and your little ones to enjoy. Come help us celebrate the official release of this fun story!


Breenae is an engineer with a passion for diversity and inclusion. Growing
up, she excelled at math and science but often questioned her abilities because she didn’t see other girls who shared her interests. Despite the lack

of representation, with the support of her family and teachers, she found the strength to take the road less traveled. After receiving her degree from the Missouri University of Science and Technology and starting a career in IT, she quickly noticed that the lack of diversity in STEM/STEAM was still

a serious issue. This fueled her desire to make a difference. Today, her mission is to bridge the gender and diversity gap in STEM/STEAM through early exposure and education. She hopes that young girls can see themselves throughout the pages of this story and are inspired to learn more.

"Every girl, no matter where she lives, deserves the opportunity to develop the promise inside of her"

- Michelle Obama