An illustrated journey through history
How does the human eye work?Who invented the pencil?How many ways are there to make a knot?Find out in this exciting book.
The first in a pair of illustrated books covering the animals of the world, Wild Animals of the North features Dieter Braun’s beautiful drawings of northern animals accompanied by fun facts and clever descriptions that children will love!
Jan Paul Schutten, Flor RiederWhat do cucumbers, smelly socks, robots and Lady Gaga have in common?Did you know that all the ants on Earth together weigh more than all humans, elephants and rhinoceroses?How are a paramecium and a robot different?Is it true that the strong ones always survive?
The Polish illustrator Piotr Socha has done it again. After his incredible work with the album of "Bees" now he brings us "Trees". Discover the secrets that a forest with a beautiful illustration can keep.
After The Timeline, Peter Goes surprises us with an impressive journey through the geography of our planet
Navigate the Nile, discover the temples, visit the pharaoh and dive into the pyramids.
Arquitecture records and wonders!
Explore the world just with a pencil.
Un insólito viaje por las mil curiosidades y maravillas del mundo. Este libro te permitirá hacer un increíble viaje alrededor del mundo.
The authors of the world phenomenon Atlas of the world propose an exciting journey that will take us to hidden places of our eyes that are underground and deep in the sea.
Un insólito viaje por las mil curiosidades y maravillas del mundo. Este...
The challenge of Minimae in this third edition of Don Quixote was to...