Change and Challenge: My Life After Thirty is the sequel of Chance and Choice, My First Thirty Years (2007). It describes the birth of the author's two sons in the 1950s and the change from her life as a London research biologist to motherhood in rural England. After emigrating to Birmingham, Alabama Joan faced the challenge of raising her sons in a segregated society. In 1963 the Staple family moved to Buffalo, NY; here Joan resumed her research, which involved the 'creation' of living amoebas, as well as witnessing the evolution of a new amoeba strain. Coping with teenagers in the Sixties and starting her teaching career at a Jesuit college complete the story.It was known in the time of Sir Walter Raleigh and was the first wine grape in North America. A 400-year-old ... I had no idea how to make grape wine, but I did make a lot of scuppernong jelly, which I shared with Mrs. Shaup. We also picked heranbsp;...
|Title||:||Change and Challenge, My Life After Thirty|
|Author||:||Joan Lorch Staple|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-07-23|