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View Inside Format: PB-with Flaps Price: $25.00 Our shopping cart only supports Mozilla Firefox. Please ensure you"re using that browser before attempting khổng lồ purchase.A special edition of the international bestseller that is "sumptuously illustrated. . . . Perfect for reading to alert & curious children, but it’s even better as a secret pleasure, read alone, with no children in sight." (Philip Kennicott, 
Washington Post) E. H. Gombrich’s A Little History of the World, an engaging and lively book written for readers both young và old, vividly brings the full span of human experience on Earth to lớn life, from the stone age khổng lồ the atomic age. Gombrich’s text paints a colorful picture of wars and conquests; of grand works of art; of the advances & limitations of science; of remarkable people và remarkable events. But Gombrich was, first & foremost, the best-known art historian of his time; his beloved Little History suggests illustrations on every page. Featuring more than two hundred illustrations—most in color—this beautiful edition incorporates a wide range of images, showing us the earliest cave paintings, the classic sculptures of the ancient Greeks, beautiful Islamic calligraphy, oil portraits of the mighty through the ages, và much more. With a high-grade design, fine paper, and classic binding, this enhanced edition will have an important place on family bookshelves for many years khổng lồ come.E. H. Gombrich was the author of the international classic The Story of Art. Winner of the Erasmus Prize, the Hegel Prize, the Wittgenstein Prize, và the Goethe Prize, he was admitted to lớn Britain"s highest honor, the Order of Merit, in 1988."Sumptuously illustrated. . . . Perfect for reading to alert and curious children, but it’s even better as a secret pleasure, read alone, with no children in sight."—Philip Kennicott, Washington Post"A masterpiece of nonfiction writing for children. It is a wry and charming book, perfectly suited to lớn the capacities of a 10-year-old, but also remarkably không tính phí of condescension. An adult can read it with pleasure. And, indeed, with instruction."—Scott McLemee, Newsday"Imagine the full story of human habitation on our planet being told in such flowing prose that you want khổng lồ read it out loud. If you can"t imagine that, read A Little History of the World & experience it!"—Patricia S. Schroeder, President and CEO of the Association of American Publishers & Former U.S. Representative from Colorado"Gombrich opens with the most magical definition of history I have ever read. . . . Tolerance, reason and humanity . . . Suffuse every page of the Little History."—Amanda Vickery, Guardian Review

"In simple, vivid prose, Gombrich surveys the human past from pre-history to lớn his own time. . . .

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Lucky children will have this book read to them. Intelligent adults will read it for themselves and regain tương tác with the spirit of European humanism at its best."—Anthony Grafton, Wall Street Journal

"In simple, vivid prose, Gombrich surveys the human past from pre-history lớn his own time. . . . Lucky children will have this book read to them. Intelligent adults will read it for themselves & regain tương tác with the spirit of European humanism at its best."—Anthony Grafton, Wall Street Journal

"A remarkable book, written in an amiable, conversational style, effortlessly explaining, without condescension, difficult matters lượt thích the achievements of Charlemagne, the monetary system of medieval Europe and the ideas of the Enlightenment. . . . This resurrected history deserves reading for all its delights."—Edward Rothstein, thành phố new york Times

"A brilliant piece of narrative, splendidly organised, told with an energy and confidence that are enormously attractive, & suffused with all the humanity và generosity of spirit that Gombrich"s thousands of admirers came khổng lồ cherish during his long and richly productive life. It"s a wonderful surprise: irresistible, in fact."—Philip Pullman"A brilliant piece of narrative, splendidly organised, told with an energy and confidence that are enormously attractive, & suffused with all the humanity và generosity of spirit that Gombrich"s thousands of admirers came khổng lồ cherish during his long and richly productive life. It"s a wonderful surprise: irresistible, in fact."—Philip Pullman

"His enthusiasm for his subject is irresistible. . . . With Gombrich"s Little History, at last available in English there will be many generations of future historians who will attribute to it their lifelong passion for history - and for truth."—Lisa Jardine, The Times

"A masterpiece of nonfiction writing for children. It is a wry and charming book, perfectly suited lớn the capacities of a 10-year-old, but also remarkably không tính tiền of condescension. An adult can read it with pleasure. And, indeed, with instruction."—Scott McLemee, Newsday

"I am going khổng lồ buy ten copies of this book và give it to my ten favourite children . . . this is a book which teaches what it is to be civilised by its very tone, which is one of gentleness, curiosity & erudition."—A.N. Wilson, Times Literary Supplement

". . . A marvellous antidote to lớn history without chronology: the whole experience of human history, from prehistory khổng lồ the Second World War, compressed into a flowing narrative . . . excels in creating a sense of the continuities of history - the ways in which human nature has not budged over the millennium, and the smallness of the differences between people. A delight."—Robert Hanks, The Daily Telegraph

"Gombrich opens with the most magical definition of history I have ever read. . . . Tolerance, reason and humanity . . . Suffuse every page of the Little History."—Amanda Vickery, Guardian Review

"A Little History of the World by E.H. Gombrich is a bedtime treat to nội dung with my two children & proof that brilliance and perspicacity needn"t be stuffy."—Bettany Hughes, The Times

"A Little History of the World by E.H. Gombrich is a bedtime treat to chia sẻ with my two children and proof that brilliance & perspicacity needn"t be stuffy."—Bettany Hughes, The Times

"A work firmly aimed at educating young readers . . .  marvelled at Gombrich’s uncomplicated presentation và brilliantly digestible prose when grappling with such awe-inspiring subject matter."—Oliver Barker, Art Newspaper