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The Pleasure of Finding Things Out is a collection of short works from American physicist Richard Feynman, including interviews, speeches, lectures, and printed articles. Among these is his famous 1959 lecture "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom", his report on the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, and his speech on scientific integrity in which he coined the term "cargo cult science". The original foreword was written by Freeman Dyson.
Bronin, Andrew; Szekeres, Cyndy, illustrator. A Young Yearling Book. Four short stories featuring two brothers who, in spite of occasional conflicts, are still friends.
Andrew threw on his things in three minutes. Accompanying him down the road, Annie told him as best she could about Emlyn. He had been ill and unlike himself for three weeks, but during the night he had turned violent, and gone clean out of his mind. The sensational story was sufficiently distressing as Annie brokenly related it, hurrying beside him in the grey light of morning, and there seemed little he could add, by way of consolation, to alter it. They reached the Hugheses’ house. In the front room Andrew found Doctor Bramwell, unshaven, without his collar and tie, wearing a serious air, seated at the table, pen in hand. Before him was a bluish paper form, half filled in.
Andrew focused a slide then slid round the oil immersion and immediately picked up the rod-shaped clusters of the bacteria. Andrew threw himself into the enteric campaign with all the fire of his impetuous and ardent nature. It’s very clumsily done, of course,’ Denny said quickly and cynically, as though forestalling criticism. Practically botched, in fact. He loved his work and he counted himself fortunate to have been afforded such an opportunity so early in his career. During these first weeks he slaved joyfully. He had all the ordinary routine of the practice on his hands, yet somehow he got through with it, then turned exultantly to his typhoid cases.
Bronin introduces a slight variation on the easy reading animal friendship by making Gus and Buster raccoon brothers, with Gus the slicker one who badgers and bamboozles the other (""heads I win, tails you lose"") but often winds up without the advantage.
Bronin introduces a slight variation on the easy reading animal friendship by making Gus and Buster raccoon brothers, with Gus the slicker one who badgers and bamboozles the other (""heads I win, tails you lose"") but often winds up without the advantage
GUS AND BUSTER WORK THINGS OUT By Anarew Bronin .
GUS AND BUSTER WORK THINGS OUT By Anarew Bronin. Illustrated by Cyndy Szekere$. Any book with illustrations by Syd Hoff has high GPQ. The hulahooping dog on the cover of his Barkley almost shimmies right off the shelf into the waiting hand. And the two lovable raccoons drawn by Cyndy Szekeres for the cover of Gus and Buster Work Things Out are busily wrestling themselves off. 1 watched a couple of moppets fight over Nate the Great and the Lost List because they recognized the mysterious excitement of a deerstalker hat, even though Marc Simont's dwarfish detective is almost lost under his Sherlock Holmes headgear.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780440433187. Release Date:September 1976. Publisher:Random House Children's Books.
Andrew decided that he could charge his patients at least three pounds a visit here. He rushed out of the room. At once he felt sorry. For the first week or two very few people came to see him, but then patients began to flood in. He was a busy man, driving backwards and forwards in his expensive car from his home to his Welbeck Street office, and from there to the Victoria Hospital. In June Ivory took out Sybil Thornton’s tonsils, and posted Andrew a cheque in payment for attending the operation. One afternoon soon after this an old woman called to see Andrew about her throat. Relations between Christine and himself were getting worse – and they had once been so happy!