BUZZING WITH QUESTIONS
THE INQUISITIVE MIND OF CHARLES HENRY TURNER
Janice N. Harrington
Synopsis
The life and scientific discoveries of the indefatigable scientist Charles Henry Turner, the African American scientist who discovered that bees can see color and that insects and spiders are not little machines but instead use their senses to learn about the world around them.
About the Book
Author(s)
Janice N. Harrington
Illustrator(s)
Theodore Taylor III
Publisher
Calkins Creek (Highlights)
Release Date
Nov 5, 2019
ISBN
978-1-62979-558-4
Category
Nonfiction
Janice N. Harrington
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Phyllis Perry
This is an interesting and little written about topic for children.
Eileen Meyer
We share launch dates, Janice! I wish I would have know that last week in Champaign when I met you! BEST of luck!
Lela Nargi
This is a great look at a topic—and scientist!
Adele Gardner
Thank you so much for this amazing book! I love the story, the art, and the tender and exuberant way in which you bring to life the story of a scientist whose work is important to us all.
Melissa Stewart
Ooh la la! I can't wait to read this book.
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