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Leonardo da Vinci and his Super-brain (Dead Famous) Paperback – Illustrated, 6 Jun 2003
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'Millions of people know Leonardo da Vinci as the Italian artist who painted the most famous painting in the world, the `Mona Lisa`. Millions more regard him as the light-years-ahead-of-his-time scientific genius, mathematician and engineer who dreamed up designs for helicopters, tanks, submarines and terrifically tidy toilets, hundreds of years before anyone else ever got round to creating the real things.
In this book you can find out all sorts of fantastic facts and stunning stories about the man who is generally thought to have been one of the brainiest and most creative people who've ever lived.'
176 pages, split into chapters:-
The rip-roaring Renaissance
Get in the know....at Studio Verrocchio
2-D or not 2-D
Leonardo a go-go
The disunited states of Italy
Have notebook, will scribble...
Ciao, big -ob! Gizza job!
Leonardo's humongous great horse
Water, water, everywhere!
Dodgy dudes and cruel contraptions
The Fresco Kid
High ambitions and loopy larks
Written in a variety of fonts with humorous black and white cartoon illustrations throughout, this is a very good reference for an older child.