[Ebook] ↠ The Birth of Science: 1500–1700 (Science Timelines) Author Charlie Samuels – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Birth of Science: 1500–1700 (Science Timelines) A Must For Key Stage Students Aged And Up, This Engaging Book Uses Timelines To Describe Scientific And Technological Advances From To The Birth Of Science Investigates Scientific Developments In The Early Modern Era And Includes The Discoveries Of Important Scientific Figures Such As Galileo, Copernicus And NewtonEach Volume In The Five Book Series Examines The Story Of Scientific Discovery In A Series Of Timelines And Each Chapter Examines Either A Particular Aspect Of Science, Or The Life And Work Of An Important Scientist Of The Time Parallels With Other Fields, Such As Astronomy And Mathematics Are Highlighted So That Readers Can Gain A Rounded Understanding Of How Scientists Build On What Has Gone Before And How Science Flourished In Different Parts Of The World, Or In Different Disciplines At The Same Time


About the Author: Charlie Samuels

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3 thoughts on “The Birth of Science: 1500–1700 (Science Timelines)

  1. says:

    This hardback book is one of a series of Science Timelines, about some of the most important discoveries in the history of science These include, The Rise of Industry, The Advent of Electricity, The Age of the Atom, The Digital Age, and this title, The Birth of Science, about the foundations of the modern scientific method The product page says it is for KS3, but I would say it is pitched at KS2 with lots of photographs, text boxes and a


  2. says:

    Hardbacked, fully illustrated book aimed at 11 years In my opinion an absolutely brilliant book suitable for children from as early as 9 years as the text is laid out in a reasonably large font and in easy to read bite sized chunks, with enough pictures really good pictures to keep younger ones interested.It covers the period of history from the 16th Century to the start of the 18th it s one of five in a series , and it covers influential p


  3. says:

    This is a lovely introduction to the basics of the history of science in the two hundred years before the industrial revolution It is an attractive, hard back book full of photographs, facts and timelines It is very approachable and easy to read and it goes into just enough depth for students at this level and whets the appetite for discovering Much fun than the internet, it is inspiring and fascinating even for grandmas like me It starts w


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