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The childrens science book, The Mighty Atom, written by John Lewellen and copywrited in 1955 explains to young boys and girls what atoms are like, how they can be combined to make chemical compounds and how the energy in the center of the atom is released in an atomic bomb or nuclear power plant. The 59 page hardback book has great illustrations by Ida Scheib. There were so many cool illustrations, it was hard to pick just a few to show. The book is in good condition. There are no torn pages or stains. There are library stamps on both inside covers, the title page and the outer sides of the book. Also, there is an area on the inside back cover where the library check-out card holder was. I will mention too that there is some wear at the top of the spine and a 1 inch area on the bottom of the outside cover that has some fraying. The gray colored book measures 8 1/2" by 7" and is 3/8" thick. The publisher is Alfred A. Knopf and the foreword was written by Dr. Glen T. Seaborg.

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