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The Science Timeline Wallbook

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9780993284755
$19.95
$17.95 Member Price

The real world is far more amazing than anything you can make up! But if you don't believe us, perhaps this Wallbook will convince you. On the six-foot-long timeline, using more than a thousand pictures and captions, we've told the extraordinary story of science from prehistoric times to the present day. Dates are tracked by a beam of bright white light that eventually collides with a prism containing the picture of Isaac Newton. As the dates slide down to the bottom of the timeline, each colored stream represents a different branch of science and engineering, rising up from abstract math at the bottom, to the infinity of space at the top.

Then there's the fun-to-read Wallbook Chronicle, with newspaper-style reports on a range of key moments explaining the history of science, just as if each one happened yesterday. Towards the end, our "letters pages" highlight how key discoveries can be seen from different points of view. Ages 6 and up.

Features:

  • A six-foot-long illustrated timeline
  • Handy pocket magnifier
  • Newspaper-style articles about key timeline moments
  • Letters to the editor
  • 50 question quiz
  • Free author-signed bookplate while supplies last

Authors: Christopher Lloyd, Andy Forshaw
Hardcover: 24 pages
Publisher: What on Earth Publishing
Publishing Date: August 1, 2017

The American Museum of Natural History in New York City is one of the largest and most respected museums in the world, with an annual attendance of approximately 5 million. Since the Museum was founded in 1869, its collections have grown to include more than 33 million specimens and artifacts relating to the natural world and human cultures. The Museum showcases its collections in 45 exhibition halls, and, behind the scenes, approximately 200 scientists carry out cutting-edge research. Plan a trip to the Museum, home of the world's largest collection of dinosaur fossils, or visit online at amnh.org.