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Luca Novelli

Luca Novelli is a writer, artist and journalist whose books about science and nature have been translated around the world. In 2001 he received the League for the Environment Award, and in 2004 he won the Andersen Prize for popularizing science.
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Darwin and the True Story of the Dinosaurs
Darwin and the True Story of the Dinosaurs ›
By Luca Novelli
Price 9.99

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Published Jun 2017

When Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species in 1859, he forever altered the way people looked at their place in the world. Darwin and the True Story of the Dinosaurs is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of the naturalist who changed humankind's understanding of its origins. It includes 220 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics.
Einstein and the Time Machine
Einstein and the Time Machine ›
By Luca Novelli
Price 9.99

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Published Jun 2017

Albert Einstein was absolutely correct about nearly everything, and it turned the world of physics upside down. Einstein and the Time Machine is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century. It includes 190 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics.
Leonardo da Vinci and the Pen That Drew the Future
Leonardo da Vinci and the Pen That Drew the Future ›
By Luca Novelli
Price 9.99

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Published Jun 2017

Leonardo da Vinci united the arts and the sciences. Leonardo da Vinci and the Pen That Drew the Future is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of one of the greatest thinkers of the Renaissance. It includes 200 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics.
Newton and the Antigravity Formula
Newton and the Antigravity Formula ›
By Luca Novelli
Price 9.99

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Published Jun 2017

In 1687, Isaac Newton published a book describing three laws of motion as well as a theory of universal gravitation. Newton and the Antigravity Formula is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of the man who launched the field of modern physics. It includes 190 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics.