Usborne's History of Science in 100 Pictures is a fantastic way for children to learn about some key points in history in a quick and accessible way. The book uses images alongside a short paragraph to convey important moments in the history of science.
From ancient water clocks around 2000BC to reading glasses in the 1280s to the first car in 1888 to detecting black holes in 2015, this book will highlight incredible scientific moments for you.
Find out about the key advances made in science through 100 pictures. Discover how scientists invented life-saving medicines, probed the secrets of the smallest particles and sent people to the Moon, and how ground breaking scientific theories changed our world again and again.
Book size: 280 x 220 x 10mm
Written by: Abigail WheatleyIllustrated by: Ian McNeeFormat: HardcoverISBN 9781474948227