100 Steps for Science by Lisa Jane Gillespie
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Worse, the decision to use small, hair-fine type over dark green or blue backgrounds leaves large portions of the narrative only semilegible even in bright lighting.
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Plunge into the world of science and learn about humankind’s ten most important discoveries, including stars, wheels, numbers, light, medicine, sound, atoms, materials, energy and life.

See how early scientific observations made by ancient civilizations went on to shape our world today, and learn how technology evolved over time in ten breakthrough moments for each of the ten key discoveries.

From the invention of the wheel, which was adapted over thousands of years to power the powerful modern engines of the modern age, learn how simple steps in science led to giant leaps for mankind.

 

About Lisa Jane Gillespie

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Irish-born, London-based LISA JANE GILLESPIE studied science for many years before editing all sorts of children's books. She's combined her love and talent to pen Science 10: Ten Discoveries That Changed The World.YUKAI DU is an illustrator and animator from Guangzhou, China. She graduated from Central Saint Martins College in 2014, and now works and lives in London. Her clients include: Adobe, Wired UK, TED-Ed, The Washington Post, The New York Times and The Telegraph.
 
Published April 6, 2017 by Wide Eyed Editions. 64 pages
Genres: Children's Books.
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on Feb 04 2017

Worse, the decision to use small, hair-fine type over dark green or blue backgrounds leaves large portions of the narrative only semilegible even in bright lighting.

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