Fiona Robinson’s Ada’s Ideas is not just a book but a work of art. Her paper cutouts and collages bring Ada Lovelace’s world to life in bright colors and intricate detailing. As the story of the world’s first computer programmer, Ada’s life was anything but simple. With intelligence and interests that defied traditional expectations of women in her time, she faced challenges most children could scarcely imagine. But Ada never gave up on her dreams, and with perseverance and skill, she created something truly remarkable. Robinson guides readers through the complex mathematical concept at the heart of Ada’s work, offering a fun and interactive way to learn about Lovelace’s contribution to computer science.