Uncle Tungsten

Uncle Tungsten

Memories of A Chemical Boyhood

eBook - 2014
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Contains the autobiography of noted neurologist and storyteller Oliver Sacks.
Publisher: New York : Vintage Books, [2014]
ISBN: 9780804172158
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 337 pages) : illustrations

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JLIOlib
May 17, 2017

It's amazing to learn about how smart Dr. Sacks was since he was a little boy and his passion to chemistry. It's even more amazing that he had such open-minded and encouraging parents.

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l3fish3ll
Feb 28, 2017

I really enjoyed reading this book. His enthusiasm for the sciences made the book fun to read and I learned a lot, too. He is an engaging author. I recommend it highly.

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georgiag829
Mar 08, 2016

What a wonderful book! His love for the sciences really shines through and that enthusiasm extended to me! This was the very first book written by Oliver Sacks that I read. He's a wonderful writer and I highly recommend reading this book.

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slottino
Apr 02, 2012

His autobiography seemed to be written more for himself than for other readers.

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