The Kids' Invention Book
Each new Kids' Ventures title is a how-to book, with tips on undertaking a particular project--such as volunteering, inventing, or starting a business--and making it a success. Author Arlene Erlbach profiles real kids ages six to sixteen who share the stories of their entrepreneurial ventures, through the stumbling blocks to the eventual solutions that brought them success. Guaranteed to spark imaginations. Supports the national curriculum standard Civic Ideals and Practices as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
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I love reading about inventions and for a whole book to be dedicated to children's inventions, how great for an elementary teacher. I remember in 5th grade participating in Invention Convention. I ... Read full review
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