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The Nobel Book of Answers
Youth is a time of questioning and experimenting. The Nobel Book of Answers can help cultivate that inquisitive spirit and make it last a lifetime. Since 1901 the Nobel Prize has honored outstanding men and women throughout the world who have made the most important contributions to chemistry, medicine, literature, physics, economics, and world peace. Now, for the first time, these creative thinkers, writers, experimenters, and politicians are challenged to answer 22 of life's most difficult and intriguing questions--for children. Contributors include the Dalai Lama, who explains what love is; Desmond Tutu, who answers the question "Why is there war?"; Mario J. Molina, who responds to "Why is the sky blue?"; and Mikhail Gorbachev, who tells us how one can win the Nobel Prize. Jimmy Carter writes the introduction.
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Women in Chemistry: Their Changing Roles from Alchemical Times to the Mid-Twentieth Century
Enough for One Lifetime: Wallace Carothers, Inventor of Nylon
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