How did brains evolve? How do our senses work in relation to the brain? How do we remember things? What makes you, you? And why do neurons need an unlimited texting plan? (Because they send a lot of messages!) Do you have the nerve to see a human braIn up close? Get an inside look at what is by far the most advanced operating system around!
Published by First Second and Illustrated by the amazing Alex Graudins!!
A wolf in the Wood is the first chapter is a short story of gender swapped fairytales this one is Little Red Riding Hood but all the boys are girls and all the girls are boys!
Mirror mind is a graphic memoir about growing up in the 90s with dyslexia. This emotional book will let you see though the eyes of a person who sees the world a little differently. Don't just learn to read, learn to be your self.
Several hundred years in the future, the world is overcrowded, colonizing ships send tens of thousands of people to start a new life on earth-like planets in different solar systems; all passengers are cryogenically frozen for the duration of the 1,000-year voyage. 600 years into the voyage, Hina Hwan is woken to work her thirty year shift. But she swiftly learns that the only thing worse than six people isolated in space...is six people and an unidentified corpse.
In the summer of 2010, Kean Soo and I embarked on a month-long trip to Italy and the south of France. In between missed flights, trains breaking down, braving the Italian highways in a tiny fiat 500, unsuccessfully navigating the language divide, great food, deadly washrooms, naked Italian men, and eating a ridiculous amount of gelato, we also somehow managed to fall in love.
Written by Andrew Wheeler, this beautiful story is part historical romance and part mythology, the story of lovers finding each and justice.