The Boy Who Played with Fusion
The Boy Who Played with Fusion tells the extraordinary story of science prodigy Taylor Wilson. By the age of nine Taylor had mastered the science of rocket propulsion. At eleven, his grandmother’s cancer diagnosis inspired him to seek new ways to produce medical isotopes. At fourteen, Taylor built a 500-million-degree nuclear fusion reactor. How could someone so young achieve so much, and what can Taylor’s story teach us about high-achieving kids, parenting and educating, and human potential?
“Wild Planet!” (1995, Visible Ink Press) opens up the world’s extraordinary events for travelers who want to participate in the life and culture of the places they visit. Call this book a collection of the earth’s amazing moments: festivals, celebration, ceremonies, and other gatherings that capture locales when they’re at their most brilliant, open, artistic, musical—when they’re most alive.
Music Festivals from Bach to Blues: A Traveler’s Guide
Music lovers and travelers will welcome this comprehensive travel guide. Seasoned traveler Tom Clynes takes you to a wide variety of festivals in the U.S. and Canada. More than 1,001 entries provide full descriptions of artistic focus, performers and what festival-goers can expect from headliners, workshops and jam sessions. Named Reference Book of the Year by the American Library Association.
“A unique listener’s guide to all genres of tuneful revelry across North America.” —Time Magazine