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Big Bang: The Story of the Universe | Hardcover

by Heather Couper (Author), Nigel Henbest (Author), Luciano Corbella (Illustrator)


List Price: $16.95  


Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Dorling Kindersley
Edition:  1st American edst Edition
Page Count:  48 Pages
Publication Date:  May 01, 1997
Sales Rank:  1812895th


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Product Description
Dramatic full-color photographs and artwork, accompanied by an informative text, captions, and annotations, provide an accessible introduction to the theories about the origins and history of the universe.

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