Few individuals conjure up feelings of nostalgia like David Macaulay. The bestselling author and illustrator of The Way Things Work uses images to make complex ideas come to life. Enjoy Macaulay’s eloquent journey of creation, authorship and invention.
ABOUT DAVID MACAULAY
Macaulay is probably best known for a very thick book called The Way Things Work (1988). Co-authored by Neil Ardley, this exhaustively researched compendium presents the hows and whys of much of the technology we take for granted. It was followed by Black and White (1990), a considerably slimmer volume and winner of the 1991 Caldecott Medal. 1997 saw the publication of a pigeon lead tour of the Eternal City called Rome Antics, and in the fall of 1998, The New Way Things Work, a revised edition of the ’88 book lumbered onto the stands. Building Big, the companion book to a five part PBS television series about major engineering feats around the world was published in 2000 and two years later Rome and pigeons once again took center stage for a book called Angelo.
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