|Brainstorm!: The Stories of Twenty American Kid Inventors
||by Tom Tucker, Richard Loehle
eaten a Popsicle, kept your ears warm with earmuffs or resealed your breakfast cereal with
the built-in cardboard tab on the box top? Thank a kid inventor, because all those things,
and quite a few more described in this book, were invented by children. A great
inspiration for your own young scientist.
Stories of Twenty American Kid Inventors
by Tom Tucker, Richard Loehle (Illustrator) /
Paperback: 144 pages / Farrar, Straus and Giroux (1998)
The stories of twenty ingenious young Americans who have filed patents with the
United States Patent Office, including Chester Greenwood who invented ear muffs, Ralph
Samuelson, originator of water-skiing, and Vanessa Hess who created colored car wax.
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