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BRAINSTORM!: The Stories of Twenty American Kid Inventors

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Here's proof that serious inventors need not be adults, and that inventions need not be complex, expensive machines to be patentable, marketable, and sometimes, lucrative. From a rotary steam engine (George Westinghouse, 15) and a safety device for cotton mills (Mattie Knight, 12) to earmuffs (Chester Greenwood, 15) and popsicles (Frank W. Epperson, 11), the products and devices thought up by ... Read full review

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