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From Reed Pen To Word Processor

The story of writing and printing

By Anita Ganeri

ISBN 0-237-51516-4

Publisher: Evans Brothers Limited

Publishing Year: 1999

1St Edition

5th Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 21.5X27.2 cm

30 Pages

 
Description

  




“This exciting series explores the development of systems of recording and measuring, from the first forms of writing and the earliest maps and calendars, to the latest in calculators, telecommunications and navigation systems. Signpost boxes highlight practical aspects of various inventions, Breakthrough boxes highlight key figures and innovations and In fact boxes present amazing facts in brief.

From Reed Pen to World Processor looks at the history of early writing, the first written records, the development of alphabets, punctuation, printing old and new, books and newspapers, typography, writing instruments, inks and papers, Braille, calligraphy and graffiti.”



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A childrens' book, with a strong visual emphasis. Part of a series dealing with the development of systems of recording and measuring.


 
 
 



 

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