Santiago Saw Things Differently: Santiago Ramón Y Cajal, Artist, Doctor, Father of Neuroscience

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About the Author
Christine Iverson is a physical therapist with a strong interest in neural pathways. She holds a BS in history from the United States Military Academy at West Point, a doctoral degree in physical therapy from Baylor University, and an M.Ed. with a focus in children's literature from Pennsylvania State University. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

Luciano Lozano is a Spanish author, illustrator, and graphic artist. He is the creator of several picture books, including Mayhem at the Museum: A Book in Pictures, and the illustrator of many others, including I (Don't) Like Snakes by Nicola Davies. He lives in Spain.
Reproductions of Ramón y Cajal's drawings appear on relevant pages of the book, alongside Lozano's handsome digital illustrations, which feature expressive line drawings brightened with solid colors and occasional patterns. A picture book showing the value of the A in the STEAM field.

An introduction to Santiago Ramón y Cajal, an artist and medical researcher who made a crucial discovery about how our nervous systems work. . . . Brightly illuminates a brilliant and multitalented yet unjustly obscure scientist.
--Kirkus Reviews

Iverson writes with delicacy, evoking childhood moments that were formative for Santiago.
--Publishers Weekly