Galileo: Astronomer and Physicist

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Enslow Publishers, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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-- Over-100-page biographies that chronicle the lives and important contributions of great scientists from around the world.
-- Titles include several hands-on activities that give young people a deeper understanding of the scientist's work.

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GALILEO: Astronomer and Physicist

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An astonishing and readable account in the Great Minds of Science series that reveals how Galileo, a brilliant and creative scientist, ``among the first to practice the scientific method'' in the 17th ... Read full review

Contents

Galileos Early Years
7
A New Career
17
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
28
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About the author (1997)

Paul Hightower is a Fort Worth-based technical writer who is also a homebrewer and taster certified through the Beer Judge Certification Program.

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