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Extraordinary Stories Behind the Invention of Ordinary Things

Don L. Wulffson, Roy Doty - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1991 - 95 pages
Traces the origin or invention of 28 common, everyday items, such as shopping carts, jigsaw puzzles, frozen foods, zippers, safety pins, vacuum cleaners, and rubber bands.
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Incredible true adventures

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1986 - 110 pages
Includes the experiences of a man caught in a tornado, a man who sailed around the Arctic in an upside-down ship, a man who took his family through the "Iron Curtain" in a tank ...
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Future fright ; tales of high-tech terror

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 95 pages
A collection of stories featuring time travel and other forms of high technology.
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Great Stories Behind Famous Books

Don L. Wulffson - Education - 1999 - 103 pages
Provides the story behind fourteen books for young adults, including "Frankenstein," "Crime and Punishment," and "Jane Eyre," and includes activities on the major themes in ...
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Before Columbus: Early Voyages to the Americas

Don L. Wulffson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2007 - 128 pages
Presents the archaeological evidence for and historical theories of the exploration of North America by numerous civilizations long before Columbus, discussing seven groups ...
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Panic Five

Ruth Hallman, Don L. Wulffson - Self-confidence - Fiction - 1986 - 128 pages
On his own for the first time in his life when he joins the Navy after high school, Jeff undergoes harsh survival training and acquires the self-confidence he has been lacking.
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Point-blank

Don L. Wulffson - Fiction - 1987 - 271 pages
Journalist Mike Isherwood journeys to Mexico to cover the revolution threatening to topple the Mexican government, and stumbles on a plot involving the CIA, terrorists, and ...
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Even More Scary Stories for Stormy Nights

Don L. Wulffson, James Charbonneau - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 96 pages
A collection of scary stories about such topics as a werewolf from Thailand, a fairground wishgiver, and a boy whose father may be a vampire.
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More Incredible True Adventures

Don L. Wulffson - Adventure and adventurers - 1989 - 111 pages
Nine true adventure stories include the experiences of passengers when their airplane's roof comes off, patrons trapped in a library during a flood, and explorers pursued by ...
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