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A Chronology of Leonardo da Vinci
I True Science 3
II The Universe 14
III Flight 83
IV The Arts 102
V Tales and Allegories 215
VI Reflections on Life 257
VII Leonardo's Way Through Life 269
Explanatory Notes 365
References to Manuscripts and Sources 371
Posted September 23, 2013
Its soo interesting. I couldnt even put it down. I only get free books but when o was bdome with the sample I got permissin from my mother to buy it for real. Might I say that it was money well spent. It may seem boring but I am 12years old and i thought ot was interesting. This is comming from a girl who dosnt usually read. I only have 17 books on my nook and I dont write nptes in them. Unlike the person who wrote the reveiw befor me. I accualy read the book without highlighting or writing notes in it. I dont really care about nptes anyway. I just cared about the grioping story being told. I am a very active girl who dosnt have that much time to be spent readling. Thank you Avon Middle School North foretting me read on my nook during the school hours we could read in. By the way... P.A.W.S is a great club to join. Also if fyou like girlscout cookies you should buy some from a certaon girl from troop 1440. Thank you for reading! I hope you enjiy this book amuch as i did.s
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