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NEWTON: A TALE OF TWO ISAACS

What to know: Like a comet blazing across the night sky, Isaac Newton's original theories on celestial movement and gravity jolted the Royal Academy in 1683.
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Recommended age 8-12
51 minutes
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Kids enjoyed problem-solving and solutions that relate to their own perspective. Liked the proverbial apple falling on Newton's head, which gave him the idea of gravity. "The science scenes were neat." "I liked the costumes and the sets."
Engaging historical fiction. An example of how mathematics, curiosity and problem-solving interrelate. Biographical content on Newton is personal and easy to understand. Demonstration of Newton's laws of motion is wonderfully done.
Like a comet blazing across the night sky, Isaac Newton's original theories on celestial movement and gravity jolted the Royal Academy in 1683. His young scribe finds even the greatest men must overcome personal tragedies to achieve success.
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