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Story of Solar Energy – Comic Book

story of solar energyStory of Solar Energy – A comprehensive look at solar energy in a comic book style layout. This book includes a review of energy and industrialisation, the current state of solar energy and how important it is to our future, and several solar energy projects. This book is very suitable for researching school science projects for older children.

By: Arvind Gupta Illustrator: Reshma Barve

 

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About the Author

Arvind Gupta graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (1975) with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He has written 15 books on science activities, translated 140 books in Hindi and presented 125 films on science activities on . His first book was translated into 12 Indian languages and sold over half a million copies.
He has received several honors, including the inaugural (1988), (2000), (2008) and the (2010) for making
science interesting for children.

About the Illustrator

Reshma BARVE studied Commercial Arts at the Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune, India. As a freelance artist and designer she has illustrated many children’s books.

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thestoryofphysicsThe Story Of Physics

A comic book style story about the progress and concepts of physics through the ages. Great for a school project and for learning history. A Public Domain book from Arvind Gupta Toys.

 

 

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