This book is a wonderful graphic adaptation of biologist EO Wilson’s memoirs. It’s touching and enlightening and leaves you feeling excited about the natural world. It’s also interesting for the light it sheds on what makes someone a great scientist. Wilson, born in 1929, won two Pulitzer Prizes for nonfiction for his books, one in 1979 for On Human Nature, and one in 1991 for The Ants, co-authored with German biologist Bert Hölldobler. EO Wilson’s books—he wrote many—have also been frequently recommended on Five Books.