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  1. says:

    If you've ever wondered about how Braille was created when the skateboard first appeared or why the time machine has yet to be invented then you'll want to check out this book 101 inventions are given two page historiesfactoids accompanied by a worksheet for readers to complete For example the entry for Roller Coaster gives a history of the invention including steep icy hills built in Russia during the 1700s where people would ride down on seats made of wood or ice The accompanying worksheet asks readers to list their favorite roller coaster how many times they've ridden it the types and amounts of loops and the conseuences of riding Readers will find recommendations with each entry for other inventions they may enjoy The book includes items that have yet to be invented a teleporter terraforming anti aging pills etc and If Only items such as a Know It All Hat a Language Decoder and a Weather Machine This is a great book for tweens and teens and is fun for just browsing A concern for libraries may be that the book encourages readers to write in it cut pages out and use stickers to mark inventions that have been fully researched


  2. says:

    If you’ve ever wondered about how Braille was created when the skateboard first appeared or why the time machine has yet to be invented then you’ll want to check out this book 101 inventions are given two page historiesfactoids accompanied by a worksheet for readers to complete For example the entry for Roller Coaster gives a history of the invention including steep icy hills built in Russia during the 1700s where people would ride down on seats made of wood or ice The accompanying worksheet asks readers to list their favorite roller coaster how many times they’ve ridden it the types and amounts of loops and the conseuences of riding Readers will find recommendations with each entry for other inventions they may enjoy The book includes items that have yet to be invented a teleporter terraforming anti aging pills etc and “If Only” items such as a Know It All Hat a Language Decoder and a Weather Machine This is a great book for tweens and teens and is fun for just browsing A concern for libraries may be that the book encourages readers to write in it cut pages out and use stickers to mark inventions that have been fully researched


  3. says:

    What an interesting bookI find it helpful providing facts on the 101 things selected by the book And surprise surprise sometimes or most of the times fact is stranger than fictionHow do we live without fork and spoon? Who invented map? And yet to be invented like time travel machine?Amusing somehow


  4. says:

    Just flipped through this It's fun trivia based nonfiction that's written in a very witty style Each invention comes with a worksheet that you can fill out to interact with that invention and research further This makes it a great gift book and a not so great library book


  5. says:

    Not using my normal rating system as this is non fictionFun little book with 101 inventions from fridges to computers to x rays to birthdays Also includes a few yet to be invented and if onlyTen words for the author Kudos to you for writing a fun educational informative book


  6. says:

    nice book about inventions it has a lot of good projects that goes along with the inventions as well The copy that I own still has the original stickers that come with the book


  7. says:

    facts overload didn't know it was Einstein who invented the refrigerator


  8. says:

    This book was fun to read and taught me a few facts that I did not know about certain inventions I'd like to know about useless inventions I might buy a couple myself lolz


  9. says:

    good and useful things to know


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101 Things You Wish You'd Invented and Some You Wish No One Had

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Filled with fascinating details about everything from the most common everyday object to inventions wh. If you’ve ever wondered about how Braille was created when the skateboard first appeared or why the time machine has yet to be invented then you’ll want to check out this book 101 inventions are given two page historiesfactoids accompanied by a worksheet for readers to complete For example the entry for Roller Coaster gives a history of the invention including steep icy hills built in Russia during the 1700s where people would ride down on seats made of wood or ice The accompanying worksheet asks readers to list their favorite roller coaster how many times they’ve ridden it the types and amounts of loops and the conseuences of riding Readers will find recommendations with each entry for other inventions they may enjoy The book includes items that have yet to be invented a teleporter terraforming anti aging pills etc and “If Only” items such as a Know It All Hat a Language Decoder and a Weather Machine This is a great book for tweens and teens and is fun for just browsing A concern for libraries may be that the book encourages readers to write in it cut pages out and use stickers to mark inventions that have been fully researched