My last book for this challenge was Jennifer L. Holm's The Fourteenth Goldfish.
From my review: "I especially loved that she didn't just go the "rah-rah-science!!"
route. A major theme of the book is the negative consequences of
scientific discovery, such as Marie Curie's death from radiation
poisoning or the aftereffects of Oppenheimer's atom bomb. At the same
time, Holm balances that with the wonder of discovering the world and its possibilities - a more nuanced rah-rah-science theme than most."
I'm going to write a wrap-up post and also take some knitting time with my audiobook before I have to get ready to go to work.