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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Curious people are always seeking to learn something new and they try to gain knowledge by engaging in conversations where they commit fully to the exchange and even switch off their cell phones so that there are no interruptions. The Book Of Noteworthy 'Why' Questions by David Ritchey is an engaging book that addresses the different levels of curiosity different people have, which are determined partly by genetics and partly by environmental factors. This book addresses the insatiable curiosity of readers who always have 'why' questions and are looking for answers to them. The 'why' questions and the answers to them are interesting and fascinating, where readers understand the need of humans to find meaning and purpose so that they can give value to their existence.
The topic is fascinating and the book gives answers to a lot of questions that ignite the curiosity of readers. It is said the most Googled 'why' question kids are always asking is 'why is the sky blue?' To make it easy for readers, David Ritchey has divided the chapters. Chapter 1 is about the 'Why Questions About Physical Sciences', Chapter 2 is about the 'Why Questions About Biological Sciences', Chapter 3 addresses the 'Why Questions About Social Sciences', Chapter 4 explains to readers the 'Why Questions About Formal Sciences', and the last chapter is about 'Why Are We Here?' This way it is easy for readers to easily find what they are looking for instead of going through all the chapters. The author has chosen an interesting subject and he makes it entertaining by keeping the answers crisp, simple, and straightforward. The Book Of Noteworthy 'Why' Questions will appeal to readers from all age groups to enhance their knowledge and satiate their curiosity.