20s and 30s: Between the Wars

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Gareth Stevens Pub., 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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20th Century Design documents the evolution of design and technology throughout the century. The series charts the explosive effects of art, everyday life, politics, and the new technologies of the time on the development and progression of design. Also enjoy our companion series 20th Century Fashion (pg.56), which documents the evolution of clothing from the 1900s to 1990s.

The evolution of art deco looks at modernism, from post-World War I optimism through the Great Depression to the outbreak of World War II. Learn about design classics, such as the Bakelite radio and the Chrysler Building, and designers from Clarice Cliff to Buckminster Fuller. Discover the technologies of the time, such as mass-produced plastics.

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Jackie Gaff has over 20 years' experience in illustrated books for children. Previously a nonfiction editor, she is now a full-time author with a real commitment to, and enthusiasm for, creating books that children both want and are able to read. Gaff is also the author of three other I Wonder Why books: I Wonder Why Fish Grew Legs, I Wonder Why Mountains Have Snow on Top, and I Wonder Why the Sahara Is Cold at Night.

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