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Starting with early humans who have no things through to farming civilizations inventions steam electricity computers and the world we live in now Neal Layton explores ideas inventions and discoveriesIn his usual uirky style and energetic illustrations Neal Layton tells this story in an accessible way for the very young Is is a most original and inventive bookStarting with early humans who have no things through to farming civilizations inventions steam electricity computers and the world we live in now Neal Layton explores ideas inventions and discoveriesIn his usual uirky style and energetic illustrations Neal Layton tells this story in an accessible way for the very young Is is a most original and inventive bookStarting with early humans who have no things through to farming civilizations inventions steam electricity computers and the world we live in now Neal Layton explores ideas inventions and discoveriesIn his usual uirky style and energetic illustrations Neal Layton tells this story in an accessible way for the very young Is is a most original and inventive book


7 thoughts on “The Story Of Things

  1. says:

    This book is brilliant and so pleased I could get a copy as now out if print


  2. says:

    informative fun interactive colourful funny and educational toomade for children but adults will enjoy it tooeven unenthusiastic readers will love this book


  3. says:

    I first discovered Neil Layton's books int their Italian vesion Too bad I've never seen them in FrenchThere are so many French speaking children I could offer them to Anyhow I take advantage of every opportunity that comes along to offer the books I simply cannot resist GGGGGGRRReaT


  4. says:

    This pop up book is full of appealing wide eyed and casual characters with a decent selection of tabs and flaps and a wheel to turn as the little reader follows the development of human artifacts from stone age to modern times With only a couple of sentences per double page this is a simple book designed for the 3 6s and yet there is an exceptional amount of information sueezed briefly between the covers It is amazing that ten pop up spreads can touch upon stone age life hunter gathering four ancient civilizations the ideas of Michelangelo Christopher Columbus and Isaac Newton the dawn of steam power through to the modern technology and microchips of today's society This is partly due to the teeny little facts scattered throughout the burstingly informative illustrations This book is not only fun to read with a small child but sparks their thoughts and imagination It's a good way to think about the people's lives through the ages and what they had and didn't have and then the final page leaves the reader with the thought what would you invent and how would that change the future? A great book a lovely gift


  5. says:

    Not as good as the other two books of Neil Layton


  6. says:

    Another brilliant and informative book by the brilliantly clever Neal Layton a must for any child as are his other books The Story of Everything my particular favourite and The Story of the Stars Bought all three titles for my 7 year old grandson who absolutely loved them This excellent series of books should be in every Primary School library Well well done MrLayton these books are pitched just right appealing educational and funny


  7. says:

    A very Exciting book with plenty of colours and illustration to keep you interested in each page for than a minute Great for children to learn about particular mechanics Entertained me too Only wish there were pages