Rebel Science

by Dan Green and David Lyttleton (illustrator)

Synopsis:  If you think that scientists are dull, boring egg-heads in white coats who hang about in labs and don’t have any friend…then you’re WRONG.

The big brainiacs of history were extraordinarily clever, but that doesn’t mean they were always right. They made mistakes, they argued, they performed strange experiments. They took risks, they broke the rules, they were dangerous…They were REBELS.

They did all this to push the boundaries of science and get to the truth, and now you can find out how they did it. Follow the long and twisting road of science through the most fascinating stories, and meet all the ground-breaking boffins who helped to write them.

Published: February 2015 | ISBN-13: 978-1783420445 | Ages: 10-14 years

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