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Who was Galileo? —Demuth, Patricia, author.
Book
2015
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"Like Michelangelo, Galileo is another Renaissance great known just by his first name -- a name that is synonymous with scientific achievement. Born in Pisa, Italy, in the sixteenth century, Galileo contributed to the er...

Galileo for kids : his life and ideas —Panchyk, Richard.
Book
2005
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Learn about the man who invented the telescope, proved that the Earth revolved around the sun, and made countless discoveries about gravity and motion that laid the groundwork for modern astronomy and physics.

Galileo and the science deniers —Livio, Mario, 1945- author.
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2020
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"A biography of the great astronomer and scientist, and an examination of the faith vs. science question, then and now, written by a noted astrophysicist and author"-- Provided by publisher.

Who was Galileo? —Demuth, Patricia, author.
Book
2015
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"Like Michelangelo, Galileo is another Renaissance great known just by his first name -- a name that is synonymous with scientific achievement. Born in Pisa, Italy, in the sixteenth century, Galileo contributed to the er...

Galileo's telescope —Bailey, Gerry.
Book
2009
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Galileo's telescope is discovered by Digby and his sister Hannah in Mr. Rummage's stall at a busy antiques market. The children listen to Mr. Rummage's tale of the person who owned it.

Galileo : the genius who faced the inquisition —Steele, Philip, 1948-
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2005
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A biography of Galileo who faced harsh consequences from the Catholic Church when he discovered that the Earth revolves around the sun.

Galileo : a beginner's guide —Taylor, Ina.
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2003
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Galileo Galilei and the science of motion —Boerst, William J.
Book
2004
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Presents the life and work of the famous sixteenth-century Italian astronomer and physicist.

Galileo —Stokes, Mitch.
Ebook
2011

Despite a debilitating life-long illness, Galileo changed physics from a purely philosophical subject into one involving mathematics and careful observation. But his innovations didn't stop there. He also challenged be...

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