Explore nature's history with the most visually stunning timeline of life on earth ever created. Created in association with the Natural History Museum, the two-metre-long fold-out timeline stretches back 4 billion years to the first signs of life in the seas. Witness the emergence of multi-cellular life, the colonisation of the land, the reign of dinosaurs, mass extinctions, the migration of mammals, and finally, the story of humanity from the first two-legged hominids to a world populated by more than 7 billion people today. An easy-to-read chronicle, written in the form of newspaper articles, highlights key moments such as understanding the science behind sight and how rocks can reveal the Earth's age. Other features include a page of letters to the editor, a fifty-question quiz, and a pocket magnifier to make it easier to dive into all the timeline's details. Perfect for 6-14 year olds, and nature lovers of any age!
This is Book 2 in the What on Earth Wallbook Series Series. See all What on Earth Wallbook Series books here.
Nick Forshaw is a writer based in Berlin. He holds a BA and MA in film and literary studies. He hopes his readers love learning about the world and all the things in it just as much as he does. William Exley divides his time between writing and illustrating graphic novels - including Golemchik (Nobrow Press) - and illustrating children's non-fiction. Plants!...More about Christopher Lloyd
Christopher Lloyd graduated with a double-first class degree in history from Cambridge University. Christopher became Technology Editor with The Sunday Times newspaper in London and is now a bestselling author of more than fifteen books on world history including What on Earth Ha...More about Andy Forshaw