Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a Difference by Martha Cinader

Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a Difference

byMartha Cinader

Kobo ebook | March 1, 2015

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A collection of biographical stories and poems about fascinating people in history whose real dreams made a real difference. Developed in performance, these stories bring old tales to life for contemporary readers in a way that is both entertaining and informative. Did You Know? • Einstein was a high school dropout. • Josephine Baker was a secret agent for the French Resistance during World War Two. • Sacajawea was the only woman who traveled with Lewis and Clark's expedition, and carried her baby the whole way. • The Supreme Court decided in 1962 that Nicola Tesla was the real inventor of the radio. • Philipp Reis invented the first telephone. • The medical symbol of the python dates back to the brave ancient African Queen Mella. These fascinating facts and more are contained in Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a Difference. A collection of biographical stories and poems about fascinating people in history whose real dreams made a real difference, it was developed in performance by the author, who captured audiences at clubs like the Nuyorican Poetry Cafe in New York City, and at her series "Listen & Be Heard." The stories about people who followed their dreams and changed the world, bring old tales to life for contemporary readers in a way that is both entertaining and informative. Martha Cinader is a storyteller who draws on the hip semantic style of Lord Buckley with an added feminine twist.
Title:Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a DifferenceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 1, 2015Publisher:BookBabyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1631926381

ISBN - 13:9781631926389

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