Leonardo da Vinci

By: Alix Wood

Many people think of Leonardo da Vinci primarily as an artist, but he was also an influential scientist. Readers of this high-interest biography will learn all about da Vinci and his contributions to society as an architect, engineer, and inventor. A true Renaissance man, da Vinci also studied many other branches of science. This story of his life and work is told with the use of accessible text, colorful photographs, and stimulating sidebars. An educational science project also reinforces readers' understanding of da Vinci's work and gives them a hands-on feel for what he did.
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In a writing style accessible to middle schoolers or even curious adults, these slim volumes present a varied cast of scholars, both historic and modern, from a wide range of sciences. Coverage is generally centered on each person’s scientific contributions. Replete with visuals, the titles resemble scrapbooks, repeatedly using a “Science Notes In a writing style accessible to middle schoolers or even curious adults, these slim volumes present a varied cast of scholars, both historic and modern, from a wide range of sciences. Coverage is generally centered on each person’s scientific contributions. Replete with visuals, the titles resemble scrapbooks, repeatedly using a “Science Notes” section to convey deeper meanings of relevant scientific discoveries. Captions and text boxes frame related information in context while also illuminating unexpected topics such as sexism or the symbiosis of the arts and sciences. The inclusion of a simple science experiment in the back matter encourages further exploration, while a quiz on the books’ subjects can be used to rate one’s comprehension. A creditable representation of individuals that is more scientifically than biographically focused.

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ISBN

9781538337776

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Nonfic

Dewey Classification

709.2

Trim Size

7" x 8 1/2"

Page Count

32

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N/A

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N/A

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N/A

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Print Book

Edition

Library edition

Publisher

PowerKids Press

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