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African American Inventors (Black Stars)

by Otha Richard Sullivan

Other authors: James Haskins

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This book is a very educational book. It describes each African American inventor with their background information and what they invented. Many children would be interested in this book because they can learn many things about people and even give them hope that maybe one day they could invent something.

I enjoyed this book, I learned a couple things about it and it would be great to have in a classroom for children to look at.

In a classroom, we could have the children split into groups and have each group be in charge of a certain African American inventors and write all information about that person. Also, we could have the children and their groups do a timeline of all the African American inventors.
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Profiles the lives of twenty-five African American inventors who made significant scientific contributions from the eighteenth century to modern times.

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