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Profiles over one hundred of the world's most influential inventors, and describes the origins of such everyday items as the ballpoint pen, eraser, sandwich, and zipper.
When nine-year-old Flossie starts her diary and scrapbook on July 27, 1939, her mother has already died and her father has just joined the Dorsetshire Regiment. The Second World War ends for Flossie on August 14, 1945, when her father comes home.
When Archie is given a scrapbook for his tenth birthday in 1914, he chronicles the next four years of his life using documents, artifacts, and comic strips.
Adventure and magic for 7-10 year-olds: Mad inventors, shark submarines and England's deepest lake under Creake Castle. Fred Longshanks is invited to tea in the village by Tobias Brown, Inventor Esquire. Before he knows it, he has embarked on an insane journey to get to the bottom of England's deepest lake in the grounds of his parents home in Creake Castle. What they discover on the journey changes both their lives for ever.
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Tells the story of one Joseph Malone, who possessed a large amount of ingenuity and whose creations, though they might succeed later, often fail spectacularly the first time they were tried. When the handsome young inventor falls in love with the beautiful mute Mary Burke, whose wealthy banker father is financing Malone's new invention, he is forced to put all his talents to use -- with rather surprising results. Based on local legends of the Walla Walla area of Washington, this lively, humorous tale will appeal to anyone with an interest in the history of Pacific Northwest.
Celebrates the lyrical genius of songwriter Yip Harburg and includes a review of his fifty-year career

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