|Illustrated By:||Brown, James|
|By (author):||Platt, Richard|
|Series:||World Of, A|
|Subject:||JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / Exploration & Discovery|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Reference / Almanacs|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Discoveries|
|JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / General (see also headings under Animals|
|Size:||14.56in x 10.62in|
|From The Publisher*||An essential compendium of some of the most world-changing discoveries and inventions of all time, from the first use of money to antibiotics and artificial intelligence.|
In a stylish miscellany, celebrated author Richard Platt and printmaker James Brown travel through time to showcase the amazing breakthroughs in science and technology that have changed our lives forever. From the wheel to the telephone to the Internet, human history is studded with innovations that have changed our world. Each bold, bright, and beautiful infographic is complete with engaging and easy-to-understand explanations. A follow-up to international bestseller A World of Information and its companion, A World of Cities, this book covers thirty groundbreaking discoveries and is perfect for inquiring minds of all ages.
|Biographical Note||Richard Platt is the author of Pirate Diary, which won the Kate Greenaway Medal, as well as Egyptian Diary, Castle Diary, and Roman Diary. He has written more than sixty nonfiction books for children, including A World of Information, illustrated by James Brown. Richard Platt lives in Kent, England.|
James Brown is an illustrator and printmaker who worked in textiles for years before turning his talents to illustrating for children. He is the author-illustrator of A World of Cities and the illustrator of A World of Information, written by Richard Platt. James Brown lives in London, England.