A Really Short History of Nearly Everything
Travel writer Bill Bryson turns his friendly writing style to exploring the science associated with the history of the earth and the life on it, plus information about people who made scientific discoveries. He has adapted the text, originally published for adults, to make it accessible to young people and this is illustrated with photographs and cartoon-style drawings. As a non-scientist, Bryson enthusiastically interprets and explains the wonder of these facts and ideas: ‘When we die, our atoms will break up and move off to find new uses elsewhere – as part of a leaf or drop of dew, or even another human being.’
International Primary Curriculum (IPC) Schools can use this text to support delivery of milestones. View CLPE Collaboration with International Primary Curriculum.