The story of...
The story of science
“A must read for science fans: challenging, fun & informative.”
Dr. Gemma Balmer
Key Stage: KS2 S; Age 8+
Library edition hardback:
230 x 165mm
Author/Editor: Anna Claybourne
Illustrator: Adam Larkum
There’s a huge amount of information in this slim volume... presented in a way that is sure to appeal to inquisitive young people... this is a book that will inspire as well as inform.
A must for curious minds and a wonderful book that puts the 'fun' in fundamental.
A brilliantly educational book that provides a great way of getting children engaged in the concept and history of science from an early age.
All the great moments in science history can be found in this book, presented in a lively way that will encourage children to read and remember... An excellent way to introduce scientific discovery and to encourage children to find out more.
Parents in Touch
Tinged with humour, and crazy anecdotes, this is nevertheless a fact-filled book chock full of detail and will undoubtedly give your child plenty to investigate and enjoy.
Read it Daddy
The essential guidebook for any science enthusiast, leading you through the wonderful world of science. The book contains a wealth of information detailing the most important moments in science: the discovery that the earth is round, Newton’s law of gravity, Darwin’s theory of evolution, Watson & Crick’s discovery of the structure of DNA, vaccinations, antibiotics and a whole host of other fascinating scientific discoveries. Throughout the journey the book explains how science has changed over time, taking us back to the ancient Egyptians and moving through to current state-of-the-art techniques employed by scientists today. A must read for science fans: challenging, fun & informative.
Dr. Gemma Balmer
The story of science begins in ancient Egyptian times and continues until the present day. I liked it a lot, especially because of the entertaining descriptions and the funny but helpful pictures alongside them.
Noah (age 10), The Biologist