Ava Finds Her Inner Genius Using S.T.E.M.(Science, Technology Engineering, and Math)

Author: Ava N. Simmons

Author Location: Durham, North Carolina

Subject: S.T.E.M., Learning Challenges, Visual Learning, Bullying

Format Hardcover: ISBN: 978-0-578-78737-4

Price: $15.99

Format Paperback: ISBN: 979-8-986-01551-4

Price: $12.99

Publish date: 8 April 2022

Publisher: Self-Published, Team Genius Squad Publishing

Trim: 8.5 x 11 inches

Page Count: 42

Available From: Amazon, Shop.TeamGeniusSquad.com, local toystore retailers, museums, and bookstores.

Sales, PR, and Marketing Contact: Tita Simmons, Team Genius Squad Publications

Contact No: 802-277-0332

About Ava Finds Her Inner Genius Using S.T.E.M.

Have you ever been or known someone that has been picked on for not fitting within learning norms? Ava N. Simmons does, she teased in school for not being able to read like her classmates. It significantly impacted her self-confidence and behavior. She will soon after be diagnosed with a reading disorder and spend the next months using S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) to help herself overcome her learning and social challenges. This true story shares the learning journey and rise to stardom of 10-year-old Ava, also known as Ava N. Simmons.

Target Audience

  • Children Ages 5-13 years old, grades K-8
  • Children who learn differently (e.g. learning disorders, disabilities, or limitations)
  • Children who experienced teasing, bullying, or social challenges
  • Parents reading to young children
  • Early readers and parents can read together
  • S.T.E.M. Teachers and Enthusiasts


  • National Book Chain Campaign
  • Online & Print Review Campaign
  • Social Media Campaign and Free Giveaways
  • Media Interviews
  • S.T.E.M. Community Event Campaigns

Readings and Speaking Engagements

Ava is available for library readings, bookstore signings, classroom & community S.T.E.M. presentations. She is also, available for non-profit events.


Ava wants to try to read the words, but she doesn’t understand them. She knows her classmates will tease her if she reads the words wrong. Ava remembers that she feels bad when the kids tease her. What will she do?

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