9 edition of The story of time and clocks found in the catalog.
Discusses time and various ways it has been measured, by both calendars and clocks.
|Other titles||Time and clocks|
|Statement||by Anita Ganeri.|
|Series||Signs of the times|
|LC Classifications||QB209.5 .G36 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||96032236|
John Harrison (3 April [O.S. 24 March] – 24 March ) was a self-educated English carpenter and clockmaker who invented the marine chronometer, a long-sought-after device for solving the problem of calculating longitude while at sea.. Harrison's solution revolutionized navigation and greatly increased the safety of long-distance sea travel. The problem he solved . Giulio Maestro is the illustrator of over children’s books. He has also written his own books of word play and has co-authored two I Can Read Books with his son, Marco: What Do You Hear When Cows Sing, and Other Silly Riddles and Geese Find the Missing Piece: School Time Riddle Maestros live in Old Lyme, s:
Time to read a book. Time to wash dishes. Time to do this or that. You say things like this every day, all the time. But there was a time when time itself was undefined--no one knew the difference between a minute, an hour, or a day. Then people started creating tools to measure time. First they used the big stuff around them--the sun, the moon. The measurement of time was one of man's earliest obsessions, and the desire for ever greater precision in time-keeping has inspired generations in the fields of mathematics and science. Equally, each advance has produced accompanying works of great craftsmanship that have turned objects of sober function into things of outstanding beauty/5(1).
Provides excellent detail with pictures to support the writing rather than a picture book that adds captions. Book begins with the science of time and ancient time keeping devices before moving into the history of mechanical clocks and mechanical watches (pocket watches).Reviews: Chinese Su Song created a water-driven astronomical clock, and this knowledge was also present in many 12th century cities in Persia, most notably Al-Jazari’s castle clock of Expansion of ship trade in Europe and ever increasing will of sailing in open seas brought the need of having reliable and precise time measuring devices.
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Provides excellent detail with pictures to support the writing rather than a picture book that adds captions. Book begins with the science of time and ancient time keeping devices before moving into the history of mechanical clocks and mechanical watches (pocket watches).Cited by: 2.
Horn Book. Bruce Koscielniak, in this Common Core text exemplar, tells the intriguing story of the many years spent tinkering and inventing to perfect the art of telling time.
When time itself was undefined, no one knew the difference between a minute, an hour, and a day. Then people started creating tools to measure time/5(29).
The story of the original sundials and models including water clocks, sand clocks, candle clocks, spring clock to the present day quartz and atomic clocks are presented very precisely.
The significance of accuracy of time measurement, and the establishment of time zones are given in detail. The Glossary included in the book aids in quick reference.5/5(1). A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes is a popular-science book on cosmology by English physicist Stephen Hawking.
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The book covers the development of the first calendars, interesting clocks throughout the ages, the world's time zones, and daylight savings time.
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This book takes us on a trek through time - literally. We learn about timekeeping from the calendars of the earliest civilizations all the way up to atomic clocks and beyond.
I have to say that I got as much out of this book as my kids did. I had used terms like "quartz timing" or "atomic clock" before without really understanding what they are/5(3). Horn Book. Bruce Koscielniak, in this Common Core text exemplar, tells the intriguing story of the many years spent tinkering and inventing to perfect the art of telling time.
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Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time is a best-selling book by Dava Sobel about John Harrison, an 18th-century clockmaker who created the first clock (chronometer) sufficiently accurate to be used to determine longitude at sea—an important development in book was made into a television series.
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Inspired by the gift of an antique children's book that was beautiful but in terrible shape, Storytime Clocks was born.The clock is keeping accurate time. the book clock looks classy on mantle,shelf or desk. Helpful? Yes 0 0 people found this review helpful. Click to agree.
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