Copernicus, Galileo and Newton

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!

Copernicus spread
Spread from Copernicus, Galileo and Newton, Collins Big Cat

Zaha Hadid

I hadn’t a clue what an architect did when I was a child. Hopefully this book will set things straight for future generations.

Zaha Hadid spread
A spread from Zaha Hadid: Building The Future, OUP

This is an inspiring, personal journey into the world of a famous architect.
Greg Foot

Maggie Aderin-Pocock

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.

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A spread from Maggie Aderin-Pocock: Space Scientist, OUP

Welcome to the museum!

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).

Spread from Historium, Big Picture Press