Charles Fernyhough Audio Books

Charles Fernyhough Audio Books

Charles Fernyhough is an award-winning writer and psychologist. His book, A Thousand Days of Wonder: A Scientist’s Chronicle of His Daughter’s Developing Mind, has been translated into several languages. Fernyhough has written for the Guardian, the Financial Times, and the Sunday Telegraph; blogs for Psychology Today; and is a reader in psychology at Durham University, UK. 

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