Submitter: We just weeded this book from the children’s collection. It was published in 1995 and states on page 7 “An atom is the smallest part of any living or nonliving thing that takes up space”. Now I am no physics wizard but this book has clearly been surpassed by current principles and theories of quantum mechanics.
Besides that, the author must have had a really good laugh when naming this book. I’m not sure if kids would get it. Probably not so many but the parents could enjoy a chuckle. I wonder which one is Pugsley!!!
Holly: Ha! Atoms Family! See, I get that, because I’m a child of the ’80s. Go ahead and sing it everyone! You know you are trying to remember the lyrics.