Written by Jim Ottaviani, Art by Leland Myrick

Coloring by Hilary Sycamore
Not only was Feynman a not-so-long-ago genius, he was a student, teacher, husband, and concerned American. His work on the Manhattan Project and the Space Shuttle disaster were both monumental. This biography sums it all up in a fun to read style with wonderful illustrations to boot.

Review by Keith Smedberg, Olympus High Media Center
Rating: ★★★★½ — 4.5 stars
Interest Level: High School

Feynman – G.T. Labs
Feynman Online

Written by Jim Ottaviani, Art by Leland Myrick, Coloring by Hilary Sycamore
First Second
262 pages
Release Date: August 30, 2011
ISBN: 9781596432598 (hardcover)

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4 thoughts on “Feynman”

  1. I read a book he wrote years ago. I found him warm and humorous and brilliant. We would love to have this book in our library!

  2. I absolutely devoured this book when I got it. I love Feynman’s mind. But when I opened it I started laughing because I hadn’t realized it was in graphic novel form. The kids see me reading it and think I am reading a comic book – so funny. I am hoping I can get some of them to read it just because of the style and maybe fall in love with physics and puzzles and travel and all the other things Feynman can wake us up to. Brilliant! Thank you so much for the copy.

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