old alike – so their minds can roam freely and stand back in awe at the most extraordinary
story of all – far more incredible than any fantasy or fiction – the story of the Universe and
our home, the planet Earth, over 13.7 billion years!
start at the beginning and read to the end following the suggested path of an unknown
author! No, you can start in the middle or wherever your interests lie and read left, right,
up or down – without ever getting lost because of the timeline beneath! This is more what
nature intended, because you may go wherever your curiosity leads!
can hang it on a wall or spread it out on a table or a floor so several people can explore it
and learn together, spotting things as they go, commenting, discussing, talking, debating…
Instead of learning about our planet under different subjects like history, geography science
and social studies, here is a book that allows the reader to look at this amazing world as
one, huge, fantastic place – you can read about when the one-celled organism was born,
when wars were fought, where scientific discoveries were made, what was happening in
different parts of the world at a given time and which leader changed the world, in different
periods in the life of our world.
Christopher Lloyd will be in Delhi and Jaipur from Jan 21-26 th and the Indian Wallbook will
be first released at St Mary’s School in Safdarjang Enclave in New Delhi on 21 st Jan, 2013.
The children of Springdales, Maxfort School Delhi also will enjoy an amazing interactive hour
with Chris on 22nd January, 2013.
24-25th, 2013 at MGD Girls School & Neerja Modi School. His session in the Young Adult
workshop on 25th Jan at 2.15 pm at the Jaipur Literature festival promises to be a moveable
feast for young and old alike.
Ltd. He has a double first class degree in History from Cambridge University. He and his
wife Virginia home educated their two daughters stimulating him to write books on Big
History, trying to connect subjects together through narrative and visualization. Christopher
is an author and journalist, and lectures all over the world.
Martins with a degree in Graphic Design. He has illustrated internationally for clients
including Bloomsbury Publishing, The Natural History Museum, Time Out New York & The
Guardian. He has helped to define the illustrated style of all the ‘What On Earth’ books.
Indian children, as always at an affordable price of Rs 125/-only. Eight full colour panels
with a variety of illustrations and text carry information in different streams on all aspects of
our planet while an engaging back narrative connects the dots to give a composite picture of
What on Earth has been happening in our Universe. What better way to introduce children
to the most fantastic story of all-the story of our planet and its people?