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Glasses: Eureka! The Biography of an Idea

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Glasses: Eureka! The Biography of an Idea

By  Lori Haskins Houran , Illustrated By  John Joven
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NSTA/CBC Best STEM Book

EUREKA! Great things happen when science crosses history! Discover the all-true stories of your favorite inventions with this new multicultural STEM series that takes readers on a journey through time and around the world. A perfect choice for kids ages 4–8 who love to figure out how things work!

Without glasses, everything can be a blur! Here is a "biography" of glasses, an essential invention that helps people see clearly.

Ever since someone first noticed that a jar of water magnified what was behind it, people have worked to improve their vision. Glasses is a fun and informative look at an invention that makes a huge difference in our lives. This STEAM nonfiction title is part of the new Eureka! series, each book focusing on one groundbreaking, world-changing discovery that millions of people use every single day.

Lori Haskins Houran has been wearing glasses since she was six years old! She is a former editor and the author of more than fifty books for kids, including Next to You, Too Many Dogs, My Little Golden Book About George Washington, and several titles on the Kane Press backlist. Lori lives in Massachusetts with her family. You can find her at lorihaskinshournan.com.

John Joven has illustrated many kids' books published around the world, such as Preschool Here I Come, Bulldozer Dreams, and Charlie Takes His Shot. He lives in Bogota, Columbia. Visit John at johnjoven.com.

ISBN: 9781635924251

ISBN-10: 9781635924251

Publisher: Kane Press

Publication Date: 08/03/2021 - 12:00am

On Sale: 08/03/2021 - 12:00am

Pages: 32

Language: English

Categories

Juvenile Nonfiction / Technology / How Things Work-Are Made

Juvenile Nonfiction / Science & Nature / Discoveries

Juvenile Nonfiction / Technology / Inventions