Isaac Newton (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Oct 16, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
34 Reviews
Here is a man with an imagination so large that just ?by thinking on it,? he invented calculus and figured out the scientific explanation of gravity. Kathleen Krull presents a portrait of Isaac Newton that will challenge your beliefs about a genius whose amazing discoveries changed the world.


  

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The illustrations are whimsical and very detailed. - Goodreads
Not good research modelling for the target age group. - Goodreads
It wouldn't have taken that much re-writing to do. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Honanb - LibraryThing

Krull gives a detailed and humane look at the life of one of the most intelligent people ever known, in a humorous and interesting way that makes it a perfect book for kids. From sticking needles in ... Read full review

Review: Isaac Newton (Giants of Science)

User Review  - Melissa Mcavoy - Goodreads

Arguably Isaac Newton is the most influential scientist ever. In lively and anecdotal prose Krull explains and contextualizes Newton's massive scientific contributions and illuminates his prickly and ... Read full review

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XI
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About the author (2008)

Kathleen Krull lives in San Diego, California. Boris Kulikov lives in New York City.

Kathleen Krull lives in San Diego, California. Boris Kulikov lives in New York City.

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