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Brilliant and Crazy Inventions (Megascope…

Brilliant and Crazy Inventions (Megascope Series)

by Claire Ubac

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764151835, Hardcover)

About the Series: These imaginatively designed fact books are great for casual browsing, but they also contain information kids can use in homework assignments and school activities. Each book contains a brief but enthralling fictional piece, its theme drawn from factual subjects that will be explored in the rest of the volume. Other features include four-color perforated pull-out picture cards, a double-page of color stickers, a spot-the-mistakes picture puzzle, ideas and directions for do-it-yourself learning projects, a fun quiz, a list of strange-but-true facts, and much more.

About the Book: The short story, The Machine That Time Forgot, is a fantasy about technological developments in the year 3098. Following sections review actual inventions.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:53 -0400)

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