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Scottish Inventors free pdf For a small country, Scotland has produced a huge number of people whose brilliance and ingenuity have literally changed the world. In this amusing and informative book, aimed at children from 9-12, Gary Smailes tells the stories of 32 famous (and not so famous!) men and women, and their often bizarre inventions, who have put Scotland on the map. Includes: James Watt, Henry Bell, Thomas Telford, John Loudon McAdam (Transport)- Alexander Graham Bell, John Logie Baird (Communications)- Robert Stevenson, Thomas Stevenson (Lighthouses)- Barbara Gilmour, Alexander Grant (Food)- Robert Melville, Patrick Ferguson (Warfare)- James Douglas (Crime)- James Baird, James Young Simpson (Medicine)- Charles Mackintosh (Raincoats!)

About Gary Smailes

Gary Smailes studied for a master's degree in Military History before working as a researcher with Horrible Histories writer Terry Deary. He has written eight books on Modern Heroes for Waverley Books and four books about world-famous battles for Franklin Watts. As well as writing, Gary also runs BubbleCow, as company which helps fellow writers get published. He lives in Cheshire. Scoular Anderson has been writing and illustrating children's books for twenty years. With over 70 books in print he is one of Britain's most prolific children's authors. For Birlinn he has written and illustrated the bestselling 1314 And All That and 1745 And All That. He lives near Dunoon.

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Author : Gary Smailes
Publisher : Birlinn Ltd
Data Published : 16 August 2011
ISBN : 1841589306
EAN : 9781841589305
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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