Table of contents for With a little luck : 11 serendipitous discoveries / by Dennis Brindell Fradin.

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P. 3 Introduction: Off to Serendip
P. 5 I: Isaac Newton: The Fall of an Apple
P. 16 II: Mary Anning: ?The Princess of Paleontology?
P. 26 III: Charles Goodyear: The Rubber Man
P. 41 IV: ?The Greatest Discovery Ever Made?: Anesthesia
P. 59 V: Ignaz Semmelweis: Doctors, Wash Your Hands!
P. 75 VI: Maria Sanz de Sautuola: The Bulls on the Ceiling
P. 84 VII: Alexander Fleming: Discoverer of Penicillin
P. 98 VIII: Clyde Tombaugh: The Search for Planet X
P. 110 IX: Lise Meitner: The Discovery of Nuclear Fission
P. 126 X: Muhammad Ahmed el-Hamed: The Dead Sea Scrolls
P. 135 XI: Jocelyn Bell: The Discovery of Pulsars
P. 149 	Afterword: A Note to Future Discoverers
P. 152	Bibliographical Sources				 		
P. 156	Picture Captions
P. 161	Picture Credits

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Discoveries in science -- Juvenile literature.