Larry Gonick

The Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Larry Gonick  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by BUGSY at May 24, 2015
The Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Larry Gonick

The Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Larry Gonick
English | Jan 1, 1993 | ISBN: 0062731025 | 240 Pages | DJVU | 4 MB

If you have ever looked for P-values by shopping at P mart, tried to watch the Bernoulli Trails on "People's Court," or think that the standard deviation is a criminal offense in six states, then you need The Cartoon Guide to Statistics to put you on the road to statistical literacy.

Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at April 10, 2011
Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*

Larry Gonick *Cartoon History of the Universe, 9-in-1 Upload*
Rip Off Press | Pages: 694 (total) | 1978 - 1992 | ISBN 0385265204 | JPG | 184 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids. Gonick reinstates the record of women as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 1
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1978 | ISBN 0688010119 | JPG | 21 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 2
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1979 | ISBN 0385420938 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 3
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 2nd Edition of 1979 | ISBN 0393324037 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 4
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1980 | ISBN 0688010113 | JPG | 22 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 5
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1980 | ISBN 0393324036 | JPG | 19 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 6
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1981 | ISBN 0385265204 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 7
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1987 | ISBN 0385420935 | JPG | 20 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Crusader at June 9, 2009
Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8

Larry Gonick's Cartoon History of the Universe, Book 8
Publisher: Rip Off Press | Pages: 53 | 1st Edition of 1991 | ISBN 0393324036 | JPG | 19 MB

Gonick's hilariously informative history of the planet is a great addition to the growing field of comics trade books. Starting with the Big Bang theory and moving on to the "evolution of everything," he manages to cover three billion years–from the origins of cellular life to the fossil and dinosaur periods that followed, right up to the first appearance of hominids–all with casual erudition, silly humor and delightfully cartoon drawings. But Gonick doesn't stop there. He reinstates the record of women (their theoretical role in the development of agriculture and the matrilineal clans of the neolithic era) as well as accurately restoring black racial characteristics to the Egyptian dynasties. He also surveys other highly evolved ancient civilizations: the Sumerians, the Hittites, the Assyrians and the Israelites. Gonick cheerfully conjures rulers, warriors and slaves alike, many stumbling around in the desert, as they form the foundations for Western civilization.