by Leland Myrick Illustrator and Jim Ottaviani Author
Richard P. Feynman was a brilliant scientist (he won the Nobel for physics), polymath (he was good at everything he tried, it seems, from safecracking to music to quantum electrodynamics), a funny writer, and somehow was deeply involved with many of the major scientific catastrophes of the 20th century, from the atomic bomb (he helped develop it) to the Challenger explosion (he helped figure out why it happened). This graphic novel admiringly tackles his life and work in full-color pages written in Feynman's voice. It's a compelling story.
(This book may contain a sharpie mark on the top or bottom edge and may show mild signs of shelfwear.)
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