James Watt & The Steam Engine (Uncharted, Unexplored, and Unexplained)
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L'autore: Jim Whiting has been a remarkably versatile and accomplished journalist, writer, editor and photographer for more than 30 years. A voracious reader since early childhood, Mr. Whiting has written and edited about 200 non-fiction children?s books. His subjects range from authors to zoologists and include contemporary pop icons and classical musicians, saints and scientists, emperors and explorers. Representative titles include The Life and Times of Franz Liszt, The Life and Times of Julius Caesar, Charles Schulz, and Juan Ponce de Leon. Other career highlights are a lengthy stint publishing Northwest Runner, the first piece of original fiction to appear in Runners World magazine, hundreds of descriptions and venue photographs for America Online, e-commerce product writing, sports editor for the Bainbridge Island Review, light verse in a number of magazines and acting as the official photographer for the Antarctica Marathon. He lives in Washington state with his wife! and two teenage sons.
Titolo: James Watt & The Steam Engine (Uncharted, ...
Casa editrice: Mitchell Lane Publishers
Data di pubblicazione: 2005
Condizione libro: very good
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