The Biggest Picture:

From the Big Bang to the Development of the Big Bang Theory

By Wendy Curtis
Contributions by Evan Penn Serio, Arianna Bruno, Michelle Kroll, and others

Winner of the Independent Publishers Silver Medal Award, Science category - IPPY 2015.

Winner of the Readers' Favorite Bronze Award, Non-Fiction History category.

Upon opening this book the reader is embarking on a visual odyssey through vast cosmic stretches of space and time, from the moment the Universe is born to the present. The illustrations lead the chronological unfolding of events and the words support the illustrations.

   

News From GeoBookStudio


Big History in Flight takes off

July, 2016
by Evan Penn Serio

We here at GeoBookStudio have been furiously working away to bring you another book. Building off the framework of our flagship publication, The Biggest Picture, we again dove into the genre of Big History. This time though, we’ve turned our attention to the sky.
Big History in Flight: From Not-Quite-Flight, Drifting, and Soaring to Flying and Deep-Space Exploration, is an in-depth look at flight in all its manifestations. Starting a story at the beginning is important to us here at GeoBookStudio, and Big History in Flight is no exception.
Read more about Big History in Flight here.


GeoBookStudio is at it again

December, 2015
by Evan Penn Serio

GeobookStudio has begun work on a new Big History book, this time on the history of flight. Big History in Flight will place flight within a large context. Instead of starting with the first airplanes or even the first gliders or airships, GeoBookStudio explains how the first flying animals, the insects, took to the sky. In fact, GeobookStudio uses its Big History approach and begins with the creation of the elements and the advent of gravity.
Check back here summer 2016 for more information!


The Biggest Picture awarded again, this time in sunny Miami

November 20, 2015
by Evan Penn Serio

TeamGeoBook traveled to the Miami International Book Fair for a weekend of workshops, author talks, and the infamous street fair. We were able to engage directly with some of our fans, and make a few more.
The weekend culminated with the Readers’ Favorite awards ceremony, and GeoBookStudio is proud to announce that our flagship publication has been awarded another honor, the 2015 Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medal in their Non-Fiction History category.
Read more about Miami International Book Fair 2015 Here.