Description - Wonders of the World's Museums by Molly Oldfield
Open up this treasure trove of wonders to visit 43 museums and 50 exhibits! Discover the most fascinating and mysterious objects found in museums, from star attractions to unsung exhibits. With Molly Oldfield, research elf of hit television show QI, unearth the astonishing stories of how these treasures were created, found and finally displayed. Travel back in time to discover an ancient Egyptian pharaoh, encounter China's mysterious Terracotta Army, sail the seas in a Viking ship, take flight in the world's first aeroplane, defend World War Two Britain in Churchill's siren suit, journey to the Moon with Neil Armstrong in the Apollo 11 Command Module and even play in a World Cup Final wearing Pele's victory shirt. Through stunning photography and glorious illustration, these wonders and many more will bring history, science and culture to life for readers aged 10+, as well as the whole family!
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(320mm x 252mm x 12mm)
Wren & Rook
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
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Author Biography - Molly Oldfield
Molly Oldfield (Author)
Molly Oldfield studied Modern History at Oxford before becoming a writer and researcher on the BBC television show QI. She has worked on a string of bestselling QI books, wrote a weekly QI column for the Daily Telegraph and researched the BBC4 radio show The Museum of Curiosity.
Harriet Taylor Seed (Illustrator)
Harriet Taylor Seed is an illustrator who lives and works in Chichester, UK.
When not drawing she can be found by the seaside, rummaging through flea markets and junk shops, and drinking lots of coffee.
Her previous clients include the V & A Museum, the Washington Post, The Sunday Times, the Observer and the Telegraph.
Peter Malone (Illustrator)
Peter Malone has illustrated a number of picture books for Orion. He was commissioned by the Royal Mail for a set of Christmas stamps. He lives in Bath with his wife and two daughters.