Salim T. S. Al-hassani (Editor), Elizabeth Woodcock (Editor), Rabah Saoud (Editor) 376 pages
Amazon: "this is a gorgeously produced book, a heavy hardback with a sturdy binding and quality paper. The full-color illustrations and layout are as visually appealing, it has a very good index and glossary. Most articles are between two and six pages and highlight important individuals (I never realized Chinese explorer Zheng He was Muslim!) or various contributions made by Muslims to science, art, culture, etc. For example the article on pottery discusses the development of the lustre glaze in the 8th century and its influence; articles on paper and gunpowder discuss how the technology was learned from the Chinese and then new innovations were made by Muslims. The back includes extensive notes regarding the sources, which range from modern books to ancient manuscripts held in specified library or museum collections. Recommended for young people interested in history and technology."