Mathematician Amir Aczel follows a lifelong obsession with numbers and their origins that takes you on a captivating whirlwind through time and across cultures to the long debated and highly controversial birthplace of the original zero. This book was so fascinating!
I know what you're thinking, and yes: he is a literal pterodactyl, with wings and a glistening, deadly beak, and rippling pectorals. Pyke is in a band, he's dating the school trackstar, and he's ruining Shiels Krane's orderly life. She must decide if she's willing to sacrifice everything she's worked for, to give up the life she's built, to win Pyke's love. After all, who wouldn't want a Hot Pterydactyl Boyfriend?
You are FULL OF GERMS and that's SUPER COOL!
This book will change the way you think about food - what you eat, what you buy, and what you crave.
This collection of essays provides an interesting look into the social, cultural, political, and spiritual relationship that many women have with their hair. As someone who has her own borderline obsessive relationship with hair, I found this book endlessly fascinating.