Imagine trying to prove that the Earth moves around the Sun without even a telescope to help you (Copernicus), or being imprisoned for suggesting that the Earth isn’t the centre of the universe (Galileo). How about coming up with a universal theory to explain how everything moves in the Solar System (Newton). It’s impressive stuff!
I hadn’t a clue what an architect did when I was a child. Hopefully this book will set things straight for future generations.
This is an inspiring, personal journey into the world of a famous architect.
– Greg Foot
Writing a biography of Maggie Aderin-Pocock was a delight. She’s such an enthusiastic, intelligent person and a wonderful role model.
I love the fact that her passion for space started with watching The Clangers aged three.
I’m VERY excited to see images of the finished Historium book and can’t wait to have a copy in my hands (should be arriving this week).