Happy International Women's Day This March 8th 2017.
In celebration ofInternational Women's Day we are offering the extremely popular title Valiant Women:Profile of African Women In Struggle 1500s - 1970sat half price, yes a massive 50% discount. This offer runs from March 6th 2017 to March 8th 2017, 23.59 hrs (GMT). All you have to do is Email: firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your interest.
Great Events During British Science Week 2017. Why not come along to the Black Scientists & Inventors' events during this years British Science Week (March 2017). Click here for list of our events.
To celebrate BHM we are offering from
Monday 3rd to Sunday 23rd October 2016 the
'Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK: Millenniums of
Inventions & Innovations [Book 5]' at
a special discount price. That is a MASSIVE 20% discount off the recommended retail price. Take advantage of this offer now before
this awesome deal ends.
Please rush me a copy of the
ground-breaking book 'Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK:
Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations'
Due to popular demand we are extremely pleased to announce the "Celebrate
the 129 th birthday of the Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey with 'Fun
with Science Workshop Day"
launch of the Black Scientists & Inventors Book 6 it was brought
to our attention that many parents would welcome us do a science and
history workshop day for them and their children. Well when we heard
that we wasted no time in putting it together and we thought it would
be fitting to deliver it on the same day as Marcus Garvey's 129th
birthday which is August 17th.
Your children may be taught at school about Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Albert Einstein . But it is extremely unlikely that they will learn anything about the old African, Imhotep, the world's first multi-genius and the REAL father of medicine. Find out about this great man plus many more, including great women scientists in the best-selling Black Scientists & Inventors Book 2. Click to Order
"Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die" - Imhotep 2980 BCE.