|aTimelines of everything /|cSenior editor, Sam Atkinson ; US editors, Kayla Dugger, Christy Lusiak.
|aDK Smithsonian Timelines of everything
|iAt head of title:|aDK Smithsonian
|aSmithsonian Timelines of everything
|aFirst American edition.
|aNew York, NY :|bDK Publishing / Penguin Random House,|c2018.
|a320 p. :|bill. (chiefly color), col. maps ;|c31 cm.
|aPrehistory: Before 3000 BCE -- The Ancient world: 3000 BCE-500 CE -- The Medieval world: 500-1450 -- The age of exploration: 1450-1750 -- The age of revolution: 1750-1914 -- The modern world: after 1914.
|aA history of the world is presented through over one hundred different visual timelines, from a chronology of the written word to an ordered listing of the American presidents. Explore an illustrated history of the world through timelines for kids. From dinosaurs and Vikings to the history of robots and espionage, discover incredible world history in this lavish collection of timelines.
Explore an illustrated history of the world through timelines for kids. From dinosaurs and Vikings to the history of robots and espionage, discover incredible world history in this lavish collection of timelines.Jam-packed with surprising facts and amazing details, such as the most bloodthirsty pirate of all time and the first crime to be solved by studying fingerprints, Timelines of Everything will take you on a whirlwind journey through an illustrated history of time, from the Big Bang to the modern world. More than 120 timelines give you all the general knowledge you need--and even some surprising trivia you don't Must-know topics and alternative history are showcased with beautiful, detailed illustrations and straightforward, easy-to-read text. Whether you want to know key breakthroughs that set the Industrial Revolution in motion or defining moments in the history of fashion, you'll find it all here. With timelines on a diverse range of subjects, Timelines of Everything is the ultimate guide to history for kids.
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