Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries by Editorial Board is the fourth book of a five-book compilation. This book has been written for school-going children and it aims to help them improve their general knowledge.
Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries contains details about scientists and their work. This volume is divided into two portions, the first of which focuses on well-known scientists. Readers will be able to read brief biographies of each scientist and learn about their important contributions to science. This encyclopedia focuses on Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Thomas Alva Edison, Michael Faraday and Archimedes, amongst many others. The second half of Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries elaborates on the major breakthroughs in the scientific world. Young readers will be able to learn about the discoveries and inventions that have revolutionised human history. Some of the the breakthroughs that have been covered in this book include vaccination, electricity, airplanes, steam engines and cinema, amongst many others. This volume contains exercises and quick facts which make the book interesting and engaging. For the benefit of the young readers, the authors have also incorporated a glossary of difficulty terminologies. This fully-coloured book, written in simple and clear language, is also filled with labelled and informative diagrams.
Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries is meant for children between 10 and 16 years. It can also be read by anyone who is interested in gaining basic knowledge about scientists and their work. The book was published in 2012 by V & S Books, is available in paperback.