Leonardo da Vinci: A Life From Beginning to End
Publisher: Hourly History 2016
Number of pages: 48
Creativity is in our bones. It is found in our very DNA, something not known to Leonardo da Vinci or anyone else who lived in his day and time. All he did was to uncover the hidden genius which lay within himself, and he used that inner genius to the very best of his abilities.
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