John Hudson Tiner
Isaac Newton: Inventor, Scientist, and Teacher
September 04, 2019 Comments.. 773
Isaac Newton Inventor Scientist and Teacher A devout Christian and great mathematician Newton is remembered as the discoverer of the law of gravity

  • Title: Isaac Newton: Inventor, Scientist, and Teacher
  • Author: John Hudson Tiner
  • ISBN: 9780915134953
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • A devout Christian and great mathematician, Newton is remembered as the discoverer of the law of gravity.

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    1 Blog on “Isaac Newton: Inventor, Scientist, and Teacher

    1. Kerri says:

      Nice biography on the life of Isaac Newton. He was truly a great scientist in an age where it was frowned upon to question the great Greek philosophers such as Socrates and Aristotle. They were believed to be the ultimate authorities until Newton proved that they were wrong about many things.I did not know that he was also a Bible scholar, as well as a member of Parliament, and he served his country by correcting problems with the system of coinage.I had browsed through a couple of biographies o [...]

    2. Mikayla says:

      This was a very informative and I loved hearing about Isaac Newton. The only thing I did not like were the paintings that looks like a five year old could do better at them. But as for the content of the book it was very good.

    3. Torie says:

      Did you know that Haley's Comet was named after a friend of Isaac Newton's named Haley?? Thanks to this book, I have that and more random bits of information!

    4. Tanya says:

      I can't say enough good things about the Sowers Series of books!

    5. Isaiah says:

      This book was fun to read and after, our book club went to the planetarium and learned about telescopes.

    6. Gina Johnson says:

      My AmblesideOnline year 4 student read this (and I did also), it’s definitely a children’s biography. It was very easy to read and engaging.

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