Galileo: Astronomer and Physicist

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Enslow Publishers, Inc., Jul 1, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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"A biography of seventeenth-century Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo and includes related activities for readers"--Provided by publisher.

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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


Galileos Early Years
The Foundations
The Leaning Tower of Pisa
The Telescope
Spots on the
Galileos Dialogue
A Prisoner at Home
Moons and Planets

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Paul Hightower wears many hats. Educated as a research scientist and with a former career as an IT consultant, he now works as a freelance writer and editor for science, technology and educational topics. Hightower also has a keen interest in modern craft beer and the Texas brewing industry, with previous publications on Texas craft beer and breweries and writing as the Dallas Craft Beer Examiner since 2009. He is a BJCP certified beer judge as well as a reasonable homebrewer.

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