Science Library Book Display
The current book display at Launders Science Library is Tiny Matters.
The Fall theme focuses on the tiny particles that that make life possible.
The following books can be found at the science library near the new books display. Stop by often to see new featured selections.
Molecules of emotion : why you feel the way you feel (Candace B. Pert)
Molecules that changed the world : a brief history of the art and science of synthesis and its impact on society (K.C. Nicolaou)
The disappearing spoon : and other true tales of madness, love, and the history of the world from the periodic table of the elements (Sam Kean)
The amazing story of quantum mechanics : a math-free exploration of the science that made our world (James Kakalios)
No small matter : science on the nanoscale (Felice Frankel)
The atom and the apple : twelve tales from contemporary physics (Sebastien Balibar)
Molecules : the elements and the architecture of everything (Theodore Gray)
Giant molecules : from nylon to nanotubes (W.B. Gratzer)
Massive : the hunt for the God particle (Ian Sample)
Molecules of murder : criminal molecules and classic cases (John Emsley)
Tales from the subatomic zoo : stories and poems about subatomic particles (editor: Cindy Schwarz)
A tale of seven elements (Eric Scerri)
God and the atom (Victor J. Stenger)