By Philip Parker, Ben Gilliland
The place could we be with out inventors, philosophers, economists, politicians, explorers, and different "ideas" humans? a few of our historic heroes have been lone geniuses yet many have been stimulated by means of different nice thinkers and ideas.
Full of true-life tales and well-known celebrities, a hundred those who Made background includes all of the humans you'd look forward to finding, and many that you simply wouldn't! Inventors and explorers rub shoulders with political leaders, activities stars, and entertainers from world wide. From Aristotle to Mark Zuckerberg, to Marie Curie to Pele, all components of tradition, heritage, undefined, activities, leisure, and extra are coated. excellent for e-book experiences, institution tasks, or each time interpreting to meet and train curious minds.
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