October 2011 Non-Fiction Book of the Month.
Starting with the smallest speck of matter that was the Universe before the big bang, Daniel Tatarsky aims to show in graphics everything you need to know. Short on text but not light on information it is a clever way of introducing non-scientific readers to major concepts. Fascinating to glance through, your interest gets sparked into discovering more, gaining some understanding of complex scientific facts and theories as it is so clearly explained, the diagrams and pictures really are worth a thousand words.
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From before the big bang to right up this very moment in time, and from the Bible to Facebook, it's all here under one roof - the works. All of it. Everything you need to know about everything you need to know about! And not only does this totally unique book cover everything you need to know, it also helpfully comes in visually amazing, never-before-seen illustrations, bar graphs, pie charts and diagrams that are easy-to-remember and difficult to forget. Never again will you forget all the essential facts of life, how we live and the world around us. Everything You Need...is stuffed to the brim full of the facts, dates and things you should always be able to remember without needing Google. This book is perfect for learning about, well, everything, in a way that not only have you never seen before, but in a way that you will never forget.
Publication date: 05/10/2011
Publisher: Portico an imprint of Anova Books
|Publication date:||5th October 2011|
|Publisher:||Portico an imprint of Anova Books|
|Genres:||Books of the Month, The Real World,|
Daniel Tatarsky's first book was Flick to Kick: An Illustrated History of Subbuteo. He is the author of the official biography of Dan Dare publishing this autumn, last in his series of books about Eagle, the best-selling comic from the 1950s and 60s. He lives in London and is also an actor.More About Daniel Tatarsky