Thursday, 23 July 2015

Possessing Genius The bizarre odyssey of Einstein's Brain by Carolyn Abraham

Secrets could be hard to keep in a small town like Princeton. On April 19, 1955, Mrs. Schafer asked a fifth-grader at Valley Road School if they had anything to contribute for current events. A small girl sitting near the front shot her hand in the air. "Einstein died," Katrina mason blurted out, proud to be the bearer of such momentous news. Yet she had no sooner spit the words from her lips when the voice of an otherwise quiet boy carried from the back of the room: "My dad's got his brain." -Preston 

This is your invitation to come and pick up your own FREE copy of this book from the Maskwacis Library before July 29, 2015.

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