The New York Public Library Amazing Scientists

The New York Public Library Amazing Scientists

A Book of Answers for Kids

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AMAZING scientists

Discover the moons of Jupiter with Galileo. Uncover the science of radiation with Madame Curie. Travel forward in time with Einstein. Find out how scientists learned to cure diseases, how they discovered gravity, and how they determined the structure of the atom. Fact-filled and fun, this book's question-and-answer format lets you explore the discoveries of some of the world's greatest scientists.

What is the Hippocratic Oath? See page 11.
How did archimedes single-handedly hold off the entire Roman army? See page 13.
Which famous physician learned about human anatomy in a gladiator ring? See page 19.
What is natural selection? See page 36.
What was the worst disease of all time? See page 40.
Who discovered over 300 uses for peanuts? See page 48.
Which founder of chemistry lost his head in the French Revolution? See page 65.
What Nobel Prize-winning physicist escaped the Nazis in 1933? See page 109.

Also in The New York Public Library Answer Books series:

Amazing Explorers
Amazing Native American History
Amazing Hispanic American History
Incredible Earth
Amazing Space
Amazing Mythology
Amazing Women in American History
Amazing African American History

Baker & Taylor
Presents questions and answers about lives and discoveries of scientists from the ancient world and the principal biologists, chemists, physicists, astronomers, and earth scientists from the Renaissance to the present.

Publisher: New York : Wiley, [2001]
Copyright Date: ©2001
ISBN: 9780471392897
Branch Call Number: J 509 NEW
Characteristics: 172 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Callan, Jim
New York Public Library
Alternative Title: Amazing scientists
Notes: "A Stonesong Press book."


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