Chris Ferrie is an award-winning physicist and Senior Lecturer for Quantum Software and Information at the University of Technology Sydney. He has a Masters in applied mathematics, BMath in mathematical physics and a PhD in applied mathematics. He lives in Australia with his wife and children.
"With illustrations and a structure reminiscent of Margaret Wise
Brown's classic, Goodnight Lab is sure to be a hit with both
STEM-minded families and fans of Goodnight Moon alike. " -
"A spot-on parody of everybody's favorite bedtime story-and scientists of all ilk will appreciate the nuances. Step into the Great Green Lab tonight!" - BN Kids Blog
"Goodnight Lab had us laughing so much and had our children interested from beginning to end. Our four year old wondered out loud who "Einstein?" was Thank you Goodnight Lab! Our budding young scientists learned quickly that life as a scientist can be very stressful. This adorable parody had us grinning from ear to ear but our younger children taking saying good night to the lab very seriously.
This book hilariously points out the mess and chaos of lab life but helps children learn a little more of life in a lab.
Say goodnight to the lab with your kids so they can begin another day in the world of research the next morning! The bright pictures keep your child engaged with this adorable story and parents laughing at this scientific parody." - TheBabySpot.CA