How Nearly Everything ...
How Nearly Everything Was Invented By The Brainwaves
This is a brilliant book bursting with big ideas. Meet the Brainwaves, hilarious little mischief makers with big ideas. Pint-sized pals who'll show you around and tell you all about key inventions, the breakthroughs that lead to them and spectacular spin offs which followed ...When was the wheel first used? Who were the bright sparks that thought of the light bulb? And wha...more
(first published January 1st 2006)
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Sep 13, 2011 Jessica-Robyn rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This book gives you a lot to look at, with pages upon pages of cute little drawings and short paragraphs of just about nearly everything. It is the perfect sort of book for someone looking to spark interest in invention, science and history for younger kids who have reading skills but still want a lot to look at. I think that this could also be a great jumping off point for them to go off and expand what they know through the Internet and projects.