Ibn al-Haytham

Ibn al-Haytham Celebrated In A Film Featuring Omar Sharif In His Final Role, Meet The Scientist Known As The Father Of Optics, Ibn Al Haytham During The Golden Age Of Science, Knowledge, And Invention In Muslim Civilization Also Known As The Dark Ages In Western Europe This Incredible Scholar Discovered How We See And Set The Stage For The Methods We Now Know As The Scientific Process Packed With Beautiful And Engaging Photos, Kids Will Learn All About This Fascinating Scientist The Level 3 Text Provides Accessible, Yet Wide Ranging, Information For Independent Readers This Book Is A Companion To The International Educational Campaign, 1001 Inventions And The World Of Ibn Al Haytham, That Includes Interactive Exhibits, Workshops, Live Shows, And A 12 Minute Film Starring Omar Sharif In His Final Film Role Before His Death.

Libby Romero worked as a teacher and a journalist before dedicating herself to becoming an author.

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Ibn al-Haytham
  • Libby Romero
  • 14 May 2019
  • 9781426325007

10 thoughts on “Ibn al-Haytham

  1. حياة الياقوت says:


  2. Susan says:

    This is an excellent addition to a superb children s nonfiction series Ibn al Haytham, who lived in the 10th and 11th centuries, made important discoveries in the field of optics He may even have been the first person to use the scientific method.

  3. Tareque says:

    I knew about Al Hasan s discovery about the way we see but could not stop myself from reading it again.

  4. Ronda says:

    This National Geographic Kids title has almost everything I am looking for in a nonfiction title to use with my library classes Text features include pronunciation guides, captions, labels, table of contents, glossary, index, headings, timeline, and excellent illustrations are paired with a well written account of the life and contributions of Ibn al Hayth...

  5. Cole says:

    Ibn al Haytham The Man Who Discovered How We See by Libby Romero is a very interesting book about a Muslim scholar who discovered how our eyes work Ibn al Haytham didn t only find out how our eyes worked, but he challenged many other theories Although I already had a basic knowledge of how we see things prior to reading this book, my mind was opened to how the thoughts and everything were originally conceptualized I would never of guessed that the same person who discovered how our eyes worked also was challenged to ...

  6. Ellen says:

    I really found this book fascinating It covered so many important elements of scientists and scientific study I did not know how much of an impact al Haytham made on science with his work in light and optics His implementation of the scientific method at that junction in history is incredible I loved the information text in this book The illustrations were wonderful and I found it to be very in...

  7. Heidi says:

    I learned quite a bit reading this book While I was already aware of the basics of how the eyes work I wasn t aware of Ibn al Haytham and his work that helped the world learn about vision and light The book is well done, as are all National Geographic Kids books And I appreciated the author pointing out the...

  8. Donna says:

    Really well done.

  9. Keri says:

    As always National Geographic puts out an amazing read for level 3 readers This book is about the man who discover how we see, Ibn al Haytham There were some very interesting, fun facts that we my daughter and I...

  10. Cornmaven says:

    Very nice bio of one of the first important scientists Lots of his discoveries led to other discoveries, and future scientists fed off of his work The illustrations are gorgeous, and there is just the right amount ...

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