Friday, January 1, 2010
Science Reading Challenge 2009 Wrap Up Post
I read 2/3 books and none were on my original list so technically this challenge is a failure.
Here is the link to my original post:
I enjoyed both books I read greatly so I am counting it as a success personally. The challenge calls for reading nonfiction only but I would like to mention a fiction book I read called the Housekeeper and the Professor by Yoko Ogawa which has a lot of math in it which they count as part of science. I highly recommend it as it is one of my favorites for 2009. I read Gardening Eden by Michael Abbate and This is Your Brain on Joy by Dr. Earl Henslin as nonfiction for this challenge. I loved both of them. I will be signing up for the Science Challenge 2010 and hopefully will do better. :)
Here is the link to my post on Gardening Eden which I forgot to update but I did love the book:
Here is the link to my post on This Is Your Brain on Joy by Dr. Earl Henslin which has a full review:
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