Arab Science and Invention in the Golden Age

Arab Science and Invention in the Golden Age

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Baker & Taylor
Examines the cities of the ancient Arab world that became flourishing Muslim metropolises which were key locations for the development of algebra, the decimal system, astronomy, medicine, and other sciences from the eighth to the fifteenth centuries.

Perseus Publishing
Relates strongly to two big news topics -- the Arab world and interdisciplinary science education.

Named one of the "Best Children's Book of the Year, 2008" by Bank Street College of Education

Named a "Notable Book for Children, 2008" by Smithsonian

"Highly recommended for public and school library nonfiction collections for young adults."—Midwest Book Review

"An excellent little book aimed essentially at young readers, but informative for those of any age. Highest rating."—Science Books & Films



Baker
& Taylor

Examines the cities of the ancient Arab world that became flourishing Muslim metropolises and key locations for the development of algebra, the decimal system, astronomy, medicine, and other sciences from the eighth to the fifteenth centuries.

Publisher: New York : Enchanted Lion Books, 2008
Edition: 1st American ed
ISBN: 9781592700806
1592700802
Branch Call Number: j 509.17 B592a
Characteristics: 65 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Cerisier, Emmanuel

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