DK Science Year by Year

Sách Ebooks PDF, Epub, Prc DK Science Year by Year Nguồn gốc: Penguin Books, Tác giả: DKNXBDorling Kindersley LtdNăm XB01/03/2017, Trọng lượng (gr): 1.3080Kích thước2.0 x 28.0 x 22.0Số trang288Hình thứcBìa CứngSản phẩm bán chạy nhấtTop 100 sản phẩm Picture & Activity Books bán chạy của tháng. Thuộc danh mục sách: FOREIGN BOOKS CHILDREN’S BOOKS PICTURE & ACTIVITY BOOKS EARLY LEARNING

DK SCIENCE YEAR BY YEAR

A journey through scientific discovery, from stone tools and simple machines to rockets and robots, Science Year by Year traces the key steps in the history of science and is packed full of fascinating science facts for kids.

Science Year by Year features stunning illustrated timelines that detail pivotal scientific developments and in-depth studies on revolutionary innovators and inventors. The easy-to-follow timeline information transforms momentous scientific discoveries into manageable chunks of knowledge so you can easily explore the ideas, experiments and technologies that have shaped our daily lives.

Using stunning images to reveal snapshots of scientific history, such as the first atomic bomb, and quotes from groundbreaking scientists that add context to their amazing ideas, Science Year by Year is a fantastic resource for children age 9+, parents and teachers.




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DIE LAST

“Tony Parsons puts you right there in every scene he writes. I love that kind of storytelling and I’m a D.C. Max Wolfe fan.” – James Patterson

12 DEAD GIRLS

As dawn breaks on a snowy February morning, a refrigerated lorry is found parked in the heart of London’s Chinatown. Inside, twelve women, apparently illegal immigrants, are dead from hypothermia. 

13 PASSPORTS

But in the cab of the abandoned death truck, DC Max Wolfe of West End Central finds thirteen passports.

WHERE IS SHE?

The hunt for the missing woman will take Max Wolfe into the dark heart of the world of human smuggling, mass migration and 21st-century slave markets, as he is forced to ask the question that haunts our time. What would you do for a home?

This is crime writing to die for – GQ