Galileo Galilei: A Life of Curiosity (Pull Ahead Books: Biographies)

Galileo Galilei: A Life of Curiosity (Pull Ahead Books: Biographies)
Language: 
ISBN10: 
0822564602
ISBN13: 
9780822564607
Pages: 
32
Published: 
December 19th 2007 by Lerner Publications
Rating: 
4.2

An introduction to the life of Galileo Galilei and now he demonstrated the value of inquiry and the character trait of inquisitiveness throughout his life.

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