Lessons in Chemistry
by Bonnie Garmus
It’s hard to be smart in the sixties. Women should be homemakers, not scientists, so woe to the woman who wants to use her brain and thinks she is equal to the men she works with. Elizabeth Zott is one of those women. She faces discrimination, sexual abuse, and losing her job. When Elizabeth unexpectedly finds herself on TV hosting a cooking show, she decides as well as teaching cooking, she will teach chemistry and how to deal with life. In spite of all Elizabeth’s trials, this is a book of hope and humor–sometimes laugh out loud humor.
This new release has a lot of heart. It's about hard and heart breaking situations, but is told with humor that is sure to entertain.
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