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History, science and even the way humans interact are dynamic. This is made clear in topics explored in books by Marc Aronson. Each subject — whether a person or a period in time — is meticulously researched, clearly documented, and presented in a way to inspire readers of all ages.
The search for the man who beat a steam engine unfolds in words and pictures. The mystery in history is sure to intrigue readers.
A fictionalized journal of a prospector brings the Gold Rush to life for readers. Fact and fiction are clearly differentiated while enlivening the history.
Another fictionalized account which brings to life westward expansion. As with ...California Gold Rush, fact is made distinct from fiction.
No matter how much is known, there's always more to learn. In a fascinating re-examination of Stonehenge and recent discoveries, readers are introduced to new interpretations and thinking.
In 2008, Lee Berger and his 9-year old son discovered two well preserved fossils, ancestors of modern man. The process as much as the ripples the discovery created remind readers that information is dynamic.
The world was changed forever in 1492. The impact of explorers and exploration is examined and placed in a broader context with complete documentation and resources noted.
How 33 Chilean miners were rescued from a copper mine dominated the media in 2010. It is recounted here using primary sources, scientific explanations, and a riveting narrative.
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