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Perkin's Perfect Purple: How A Boy Created Color With Chemistry
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The fascinating true story of groundbreaking chemist William Perkin, who used the scientific method to invent a new way for creating the color purple. Many years ago, the color purple was available only to a privileged few. Making purple was tricky. The dye was…
Art Is Life: The Life Of Artist Keith Haring
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Writer Tami Lewis Brown and illustrator Keith Negley present a joyful picture book biography of modern art icon Keith Haring, celebrating the ways his life embodied the message: art is for everyone. Art is life... and life is art. Keith Haring believed that art…
Instructions Not Included: How A Team Of Women Coded The Future
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Click. Whir. Buzz. Not so long ago, math problems had to be solved with pencil and paper, mail delivered by postman, and files were stored in paper folders and metal cabinets. But three women, Betty Snyder, Jean Jennings, and Kay McNulty knew there could be a…
We Really Do Care
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|September 3, 2019

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Inspired by current events, this picture book shows the importance of compassion, empathy, and demonstrates how even the smallest act of kindness can make a difference. A little boy has a ball. It's his, and he really doesn't care if nobody else has a ball.…
INCROYABLE EXPLOIT D'ELINOR -L'
Hardcover | French

|February 7, 2011

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Elinor Smith a six ans quand elle monte pour la première fois dans une «machine volante» et découvre la liberté et le plaisir de voler. Et à seize ans, elle devient le plus jeune pilote des États-Unis. Mais pour les grincheux de l'époque (on est en 1928),…
Soar, Elinor!
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|October 12, 2010

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Elinor Smith was six when she first went for a ride in a rickety "flying machine," and she was just sixteen when she earned her aviation license in 1928. But not everyone thought that girls should fly. When male pilots and newspapermen mocked her, Elinor decided…