It seems like only moments after a child begins to string words together that they begin to ask questions. Why do trees grow? Why is the sky blue? Why does it rain? These are all very important questions that, with the right answers, can inspire more wondrous curiosity. Richie Doodles explains the way Richerd Feynman, one of the greatest scientists of all time, simplified the way we look at the smallest, jiggling things, things that just happen to make up everything that we see around us.
Richie Doodles brings the science of what makes up atoms to life with vibrant, colorful illustrations as well as hidden gems for fans of Richard Feynman. The world is a wonderful place, even more so when you can learn how it works. Richie Doodles can be a great learning tool for kids as well as the adults that may read it to them.
About the Author
MJ Mouton grew up in the small town of Iowa, Louisiana. After school, he went to work in the environmental field and developed a love for the science that was present in his job. There were so many amazing things about the Earth that he had not realized, or was not inspired to know as a student in school. Realizing these things, he became passionate, not only about Geology, Biology, and the physical nature of things, but also sharing what he had learned. As the father of two girls and a lover of all things scientific, MJ decided to write short stories to teach his daughters science basics, and hopefully give them the inspiration that he missed out on that young in life. He has written over 40 stories that highlight scientists and the world-changing discoveries that they have made. MJ shares his time between the area he grew up and Chicago, Il. Lawrence M. Krauss is an internationally known theoretical physicist with wide research interests, including the interface between elementary particle physics and cosmology, where his studies include the early universe, the nature of dark matter, general relativity and neutrino astrophysics. Dr. Krauss is the author of over 300 scientific publications, as well as numerous popular articles on physics and astronomy. He is the author of ten popular books, including the international bestsellers The Physics of Star Trek and A Universe from Nothing. He serves as the chair of the Board of Sponsors of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, and is on the Board of Directors of the Federation of American Scientists. Jezreel Cuevas was born in Orizaba, Mexico and currently lives in Veracruz, Mexico. Jez is a graduate of Universidad del Golfo de Mexico with degrees in Visual Communication and Graphic Design. He is an avid gamer, lover of comics, and cats. Jez often merges his passions to create original digital art paintings. Jez has a love for science and a desire to share that love with the world. After meeting M.J. Mouton online, and sharing his concepts, He and M.J. developed a friendship that makes working on books fun. Jez freelances his skills, making game icons, and commissioned works.