Perfectly lives up to Gecko Press’s avowed championing of work 'rich in language and illustration'

The Guardian

Timeline

$39.99

From the Big Bang to the present day, illustrated scenes tell the history of our planet in one continuous story.

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  • Product Description

    Timeline is a trip through time, past dinosaurs, Vikings, Aztecs and spaceships. It looks at wars and disasters; introduces artists, explorers and leaders; shows us living in castles, yurts and skyscrapers. And it does not neglect the imagination—here too are dragons, mythical figures and TV characters, alongside world-changing inventions borne from the imaginations of scientists and explorers. Each scene puts global events in perspective, in space and time.

    A perfect introduction to history for young and old, this illustrated journey through our world’s culture and events travels from the Big Bang to the iPod and into the future.


  • Book Details

    Country of Origin Belgium
    Reader Age 5-7 year
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  • Reviews

    1. :

      Well, supersize me! 2015 has brought a wave of large-format non-fiction books – but none as comprehensive in scope as this.

    2. :

      An explosion of information in giant, annotated montages of imaginatively represented detail, from the Big Bang to Charlie Hebdo. Stylish, comical and serious, it deserves to be pored over.

    3. :

      Kim Hill: I’m going to read Peter Goes’s Timeline again and again until I know everything.

      Kate De Goldi: For any child who learns through graphics or through pictures, this is a gift… I can’t recommend it more highly.

    4. :

      By combining chunks of text with infographics and delightful cartooning, Goes creates a rich, accessible treasure trove of facts and figures. Hugely informative, hugely entertaining.

    5. :

      Peter Goes’s stunning Timeline: A Visual History of Our World, with its ribbons of pitch black winding through subtly-coloured, deeply involving pages, perfectly lives up to Gecko Press’s avowed championing of work ‘rich in language and illustration’.

    6. :

      Utterly breathtaking and bursting with detail. … No stone is left unturned in this graphical feast for the eye.


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