"1001 inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World" book release.
Chief Editor Salim al-Hassani
Published by FSTC, Manchester, 2006.
1001 Inventions book presents an excellent overview of Muslim heritage written to appeal to the everyday reader and to amaze and redefine many people's current assumptions of medieval times, of their history and roots.
This is an essential introduction to the great epoch of Muslim civilisation. Readers now have access to 1000 years of missing history, covering medicine, technology, economics, civilisation, the environment and much more.
The Product – The book has 372 pages, with a forward by Sir Roland Jackson, the Chief Executive of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, an introduction by Chief Editor Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani, and endorsement by Adam Hart-Davis, Photographer, Writer and TV Science Presenter of the acclaimed BBC Series ‘What the Ancients Did for Us'.
The book is aimed at an international market. The style is lively, engaging with non-academic language providing information which relates to people's lives, in order to be accessible to the everyday reader. It contains over 350 colourful pages of Muslim heritage filled with brilliant information accessible to all ages.
Written by a team of internationally-renowned experts and authors, the contributions were selected to give the reader reassurance and confidence that the facts presented in the book are from the most reliable and unbiased academic sources.
• Hardcover: 372 pages
• Publisher: FSTC; 1st Edition edition (Mar 2006)
• Language English
• ISBN-10: 0955242606
• ISBN-13: 978-0955242601
• Product Dimensions: 26.6 x 24.8 x 2.8 cm