|Pages/Publication Date:||16 / 2018|
|Publisher:||Princeton Architectural Press|
You might know that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa, but did you know he also wrote studies on mathematics and architecture, designed mechanical men and flying machines, planned an entire city, and invented a machine that may have been the world's first automobile? This interactive book lets readers 8 to 12 discover the wide-ranging genius of Leonardo, illustrated with pop-ups, pull tabs, flaps, and cutouts. See the city of Florence rise up along the river; peer into the monastery of Santa Maria della Grazie to view The Last Supper as though Jesus's disciples were right there in the hall; and use the punch-out buildings and people provided to create your own city.