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Clocks and Watches – Dlugolensky

In this post, we will see the book Clocks and Watches by Yakov Dlugolensky. The book as the title suggests is about clocks and watches and time. We explore the variety of clocks and stories behind them. The book is amazingly … Continue reading

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The link for All About The Telescope has been updated. This is a major revision from the earlier link, in terms of quality. The download size is about ~118 MB. Update 2: gnv64 has made a (much) smaller version of … Continue reading

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Little Mathematics Library – Post’s Machine

We start our posts in the Little Mathematics Library series with a book by V. A. Uspensky titled Post’s Machine. This booklet is intended first of all for school children. The first two chapters are comprehensible even for junior schoolchildren. … Continue reading

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Let’s Play Geometry

[The aim of the book] is to acquaint children in exciting and stimulating way with some of principle concepts of geometry, to teach them how to find bearings in simple geometrical situations and to discern geometrical patterns in the world … Continue reading

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A Book About Stars and Planets – To Be Read To Children

Continuing with the last title, this post is also a book on astronomy for children by Yefrem Levitan, as the name of the book suggests. As again with the previous book, this book also has wonderful drawings, sometimes spanning two … Continue reading

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All About The Telescope

Surely, you’d like to know where the Earth ends, what surrounds the Earth, how far it is to the Moon and the stars, why the stars sparkle, why a ball you throw up always falls down, why it’s warmer in … Continue reading

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