Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries by Manasvi Vohra is one of the five books of children’s Encyclopedia the
World of Knowledge.
Part I includes excerpts from Archimedes’ brief life histories along with significant contributions by well-known
scientists such as Newton and Einstein.
The second and final parts II highlight major breakthroughs and inventions in the scientific world
including Microbes, vitamins and vaccines, electrical, cinema and steam turbine.
This book, which is one of five books in the series Children’s Encyclopedia – The World of Knowledge, gives information about scientists.
The book is divided into two parts. Part I is the life of famous scientists like Archimedes, Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Galileo, Newton, Louis Pasteur, Michael Faraday and Marie Curie.
The other part has information about Thomas Alva Edison and many more.
The second part, Part II, focuses on important scientific discoveries and breakthroughs such as bacteria, vitamins, vaccines, Aeroplan, electricity, film, steam engine, and so on.
This book is for people who like to read or learn. You can use it as a guide for school homework, or just to find out more about what you want to know.
Children and adults will benefit from reading Children’s Encyclopedia – Scientists, Inventions And Discoveries: The World of Knowledge.
Therefore dear readers, grab the book as soon as you can, for it’s a treasure trove of knowledge and information, and if you happen to be a school student, you can even use it as a reference book or guide.
Happy Reading and Learning too!