reviews "Bobby and the A-Bomb Factory" was kind enough to publish a review of Bobby. This is a site focused on the history of the development of the A-bomb. Here’s the review:

For those looking for a scholarly analysis of family life of those who worked at one of the nuclear weapon facilities, this book is not that. Instead, we are given a light and enjoyable tale of a little boy whose father is a Ph. D. physicist at Hanford nuclear facility. Bob Myers presents Bobby and the A-Bomb Factory: Growing up on the Banks of the Columbia. This book is a personal account of how Myers’ father attempted to balance his duties as father, husband, scientist and church member. The book also interconnects his accounts with the surrounding Indian culture and the simple point of view of a child. Overall the book was a light and enjoyable read.

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