This was a very fun door; a quick read. It has a cursory overview of all major sections of science as you can see in the picture below.
The great schematic of the scientific method, on your left. I have seen other similar layouts of the scientific method but none have the fun graphics quite like this one.
The pages on science vs. religion. It starts out going through a bit of the history as each side tries to make its case. Nearing the end you are left with this angst against the religious side of the argument but , the last page pulls it all in to show you that we can communicate in a rational way with one another. We do not have to bicker and fight, there is common ground.
As a chemistry teacher, I thought the section on chemistry we well done. The most important people were covered and it exposed some of the principle concepts. It is a good place to start when looking at the history from which you can probe deeper to strengthen your knowledge, if desired.
Continuously throughout the book very artistic diagrams and drawings were given to explain a concept or give a flow of history. The fun visuals and compressed timeline allow you to see a nice flow of how science progressed. Below are more pages or clips from the book.
Add or comment below! I would love to hear what other disciplines in science think about the book.