From the Good Mountain: How Gutenberg Changed the World
What was made of rags and bones, soot and seeds? What took a mountain to make?
For the answer, travel back to the fifteenth century―to a time when books were made by hand and a man named Johannes Gutenberg invented a way to print books with movable type.
Written as a series of riddles and illustrated in the style of medieval manuscripts by an award-winning author and artist, From the Good Mountain will intrigue readers of all ages. On every page there is something surprising to learn about how the very thing you are holding in your hands came to be.
Author: James Rumford