Monday, May 18, 2015

54:120 An Age of Science and Revolutions by Toby E. Huff

Review from the last time I read it, 4 years ago:

Middle School History covering 1600-1800AD.  The Age of Reason, Scientific Discovery , and Enlightenment. I learned a lot reading this one and it's probably one of my favorite of the series.  Some truly remarkable thinkers which I wish were more listened to today.  I also find it fascinating to see the steps in how people built upon the knowledge that had gone before or the realizations they came up with by asking the right questions at the right time.  Just goes to show that asking questions is always a good idea.

Yeah, I'll go with that. *grin*

Page Count: 173p/13,723p ytd/228,657p lifetime

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