The Story Book of Science

by Jean Henri Fabre

The mysteries of science are unveiled naturally and easily through this collection of discussions with Uncle Paul.

Softcover, 296p

$ 21.00

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Listen along as Uncle Paul converses with his three children, teaching them all about the world around us. Share the story of the ants’ underground city, the spider’s suspension bridge, the caterpillars’ metamorphosis. Unlock the mystery behind thunder, lightning, clouds, rain, the year and seasons, volcanoes and earthquakes, and much more.

Fabre was a popular teacher, physicist, chemist, and botanist, but is probably best knows for his findings in entomology (the study of insects). His writing about the lives of insects in biographical form is part of his enduring popularity.

This edition features all the original illustrations restored for modern printing along with easily readable text.

Weight .045 kg

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