Super Scientists: 40 inspiring icons




      Super Scientists: 40 inspiring icons
Each 40 Inspiring Icons title introduces readers to a fascinating non fiction subject through its 40 most famous people or groups In this book, 40 of the most inquiring minds in science are waiting to showcase their big ideas Find out how these scientists spent their lives asking questions and making leaps and bounds in the world of science and technology Perfect for the budding scientist. Best Download [ Super Scientists: 40 inspiring icons ] by [ Anne Blanchard ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 96 pages
  • Super Scientists: 40 inspiring icons
  • Anne Blanchard
  • 27 October 2017
  • 1786034743

10 thoughts on “ Super Scientists: 40 inspiring icons

  1. PattyMacDotComma says:

    4 Wonder, Question, Discover This children s picture book of scientists begins with Thales from about 600 B.C in Ancient Greece to Neil deGrasse Tyson today Each entry is colourful, with a large cartoon of a scientist, surrounded by small illustrations and text boxes of facts and remarks.It s a great idea, and the artwork is appealing The text is broken up into bite sized chunks that make it easy to read and remember Perfect for readers with a short attention span.I gather this has been tra 4 Wonder, Question, Discover This children s picture book of scientists begins with Thales from about 600 B.C in Ancient Greece to Neil deGrasse Tyson today Each entry is colourful, with a large cartoon of a scientist, surrounded by small illustrations and text boxes of facts and remarks.It s a great idea, and the artwork is appealing The text is broken up into bite sized chunks that make it easy to read and remember Perfect for readers with a short attention span.I gather this has been translated from the French, and my preview copy shows Herv Guilleminot and J r me Masi as author and illustrator I don t know where Anne Blanchard fits in.The tran...

  2. La Coccinelle says:

    This book is pretty much a wreck from start to finish The illustrations are ugly The text is riddled with typos and missing spaces It also has a number of outright errors I don t even know who wrote this thing The front cover credits Anne Blanchard and Tino, but the first page lists Herv Guilleminot and J r me Masi they wrote and illustrated another book in the series, so maybe that s yet another error Seriously this is one of the sloppiest non fiction books for kids I ve ever read.L This book is pretty much a wreck from start to finish The illustrations are ugly The text is riddled with typos and missing spaces It also has a number of outright errors I don t even know who wrote this thing The front cover credits Anne Blanchard and Tino, but the first page lists Herv Guilleminot and J r me Masi they wrote and illustrated another book in the series, so maybe that s yet another error Seriously this is one of the sloppiest non fiction books for kids I ve ever read.Let s look at some of my notes Oh, yes The text states that Alexander the Great brought things back from his travels to his friend Aristotle Apparently, Alexander the Great made it to the Americas at some point, because the illustr...

  3. Richard says:

    A very clever One of a number of book titles in a series to show the who s who or the world s best.Super Scientists is a good place to start and to reflect on the potential of such a series For each scientist listed chronologically we get a potted history of their life and achievements This is done with inspiring artwork and cartoon figures to capture the very essence of these people and their claim to fame They are reduced in the process to sound bites and snippets easy to digest and rememb A very clever One of a number of book titles in a series to show the who s who or the w...

  4. Tintaglia says:

    2500 anni di storia della scienza ripercorsi tramite quaranta figure fondamentali e le loro scoperte dall antica Grecia a chi ancora oggi studia e divulga, quaranta tavole riassumono i passi in avanti fatti in ogni disciplina, dalla medicina alla matematica all astronomia alle geologia, con note brevi ma interessanti sull ambiente e la vita privata degli scienziati citati.Un unica cosa dispiace ma un vecchio dolore vedere quante poche donn...

  5. Etienne says:

    Very good little book to discover scientist from our history Well summarize, with illustrations and kind of graphical presentation Easy to understand and perfect for kids to learn about those scientist but also to learn who invented, and where it came from, some of the concept or th...

  6. Jax says:

    The book starts at the beginning and I mean the beginning 600BC and 580BC respectively both in Greece with Thales and Pythagorus I was familiar with both their theories but I knew very little about them as people I was already looked forward to readingThe book includes ThalesPythagorasAristotleEuclidArchimedesZhang Heng Hypatia of AlexandriaBrahmaguptaAvicennaAlhazenRoger Bacon Nicolas CopernicusGalileo Galilei Johannes KeplerIsaac Newton William HarveyRene DescartesAntoine Lavoisier The book starts at the beginning and I mean the beginning 600BC and 580B...

  7. Yai says:

    Let s start giving thanks to NetGalley and the publisher Quarto Knows for giving me the opportunity to read this book And I want to excuse myself for taking so much time to review it This book is a short illustration book about the greatest Scientist in history This book is good if you are trying to learn little details about the most prominent Scientifics in history Is a cute and good way to learnabout those who made so many thing in our daily life possible, even those who some of us Let s start giving thanks to NetGalley and the publisher Quarto Knows for giving me the opportunity to read this book And I want to excuse myself for taking so much time to review it This book is a short illustration book about the greatest Scientist in history This book is good if you are trying to learn little details about the most prominent Scientifics in history Is a cute and good way to learnabout those who made so many thing in our daily life possible, even those who some of us want to kill even tho they are dead just because they invented math and geometry, etc Being a chemistry student I find this a ...

  8. Claire Lyons says:

    We really enjoyed this book, I had thought it would only interest my older children 10 8 but in fact we all found the information well presented and fun to read so everyone joined in The illustrations are very funky and clear so my other kids were also keen to hear ...

  9. KayKay says:

    Super Scientists is an excellent addition to the 40 Inspiring Icons series.The authors carefully picked some of the most iconic and pioneering scientists in human history from 4th B.C to modern time whose accomplishments have shaped the sciences of philosophy, biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, technology and so forth Some of the names are highly recognizable while the rest are less widely known to the general public Super Scientists is a great picture book, for children and adul Super Scientists is an excellent addition to the 40 Inspiring Icons series.The authors carefully picked some of the most iconic and pioneering scientists in human history from 4th B.C to modern time whose accomplishments have shaped the sciences of philosophy, biology, physics, mathematics, chemistry, technology and so forth Some of the names are highly recognizable while the rest are less widely known to the general public Super Scientists is a great picture book, for ch...

  10. Sayo says:

    This would be a great book for any child interested in science Bright pictures Bullet point facts Accomplishments and opposition A fast read with a lot of information

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