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100 Scientists Who Shaped World History (100 Series)

100 Scientists Who Shaped World History (100 Series)

Current price: $7.99
Publication Date: May 28th, 2000
Publisher:
Sourcebooks Explore
ISBN:
9780912517391
Pages:
128
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Description

Learn all about the fascinating lives and tremendous impact of 100 extraordinary scientists from all over the world with this fact-filled biography collection for kids

Educational and engaging, 100 Scientists Who Shaped World History features:

  • Simple, easy-to-read text that has been freshly updated
  • Illustrated portraits of each figure
  • Fascinating facts about famous and lesser-known scientists
  • A timeline, trivia questions, project ideas and more!

From Pythagorus to Isaac Newton, Louis Pasteur to Marie Curie, Rosalind Franklin to Stephen Hawking and many more, readers will be introduced to the lives and accomplishments of the greatest scientists throughout history. Organized chronologically, 100 Scientists Who Shaped World History offers a look at the amazing discoveries and advancements made by these figures and shows how scientific contributions have helped guide humanity for thousands of years.

About the Author

John Hudson Tiner is the author of textbooks, science curriculum material, character-building biographies, and books on a variety of other subjects. His books entertain while they increase a person's knowledge of the essentials of the subject. He has a master's degree from Duke University.