History is Inventive – Great for curious minds #AD

We were sent a review copy of History is Inventive to review.

History for kids has never contained more adventure than in the new series by Honest History, History Is ________. Each book in the series presents a topic in a fun, engaging way that inspires kids to make a positive impact on history themselves. Dive into the world of Honest History with the first two books, History Is Inventive and History Is Delicious.

History is inventive – written by Brooke Knight

A children’s book by Honest History exploring inventions (and their inventors) that changed the world.

Discover the true stories behind amazing creations, from the Antikythera mechanism, an ancient analogue computer, to the Baghdad Battery.

Learn about each invention through well-researched content accompanied by beautiful illustrations and design.

Not only will kids learn about these amazing inventions, they will participate in the original creative process themselves, like building a telescope using the same rudimentary methods used by the inventors.

From ancient to modern inventions, kids will learn about the revolutionary ideas and processes used to create the foundation for our modern lives.



Featured sections of the book include the Baghdad Battery, Inventions from the classic period and middle ages, including the telescope.

Inventions from the modern era, including Bluetooth technology, famous inventors like Charles Drew, experiments/activities and more.



My 9 year old son absolutely loved reading this book and having a go at the experiments and activities. We loved the wonderful illustrations drawn by Sophy Smith.



With a wide variety of topics, this book will captivate your child and urge them to do more research and ask questions.

This fun, engaging book can be enjoyed for years and years to come.

I highly recommend this book to any aspiring inventor.

To buy, please visit – Honest History: History is Inventive : Brooke Knight, Sophy Smith: Amazon.co.uk: Books

Please check out my review of History Is Delicious.

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