Small inventions that make a big difference
National Geographic Society, 1984 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 104 pages
Describes how inventors think and work, explains how one invention--plastic--has changed the world, and briefly discusses seventy-five other important inventions, from the jet engine to the potato chip.
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