Stuff by George Graybill (Book Review #404)

Stuff is a non-fiction book written about historical events that came to introduce us to the basic nature of matter, its discovery, and the people that made it happen. From Kinetic-Molecular Theory to atomic models and the first guinea pig, the reader gets to understand and educate themselves with these discoveries and have a chance to also laugh as they read the content.

The author has found a very humorous yet instructive way to inform the reader with some general knowledge on these matters and still make it enjoyable to read. The literature was standard and easy to comprehend. The chapters were all clear, and from the title, you knew which matter is to be taught next.

I believe young adults would thoroughly enjoy this book since it has just the right amount of humor, images, and means to carry their attention to the point of comprehension. Science lovers would also enjoy this particular work.

The only thing I would say in improving the book would be its cover image. Otherwise, I appreciated the thought and love put into the work. I recommend this book to science lovers and people who wish to increase their general knowledge without getting bored.

Written by Jeyran Main

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