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The kid who invented the popsicle and other surprising stories about inventions by Don L. Wulffson

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Published by Cobblehill Books/Dutton in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Inventions -- History -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Inventions -- History.

Book details:

About the Edition

Brief factual stories about how various familiar things were invented, many by accident, from animal crackers to the zipper.

Edition Notes

Other titlesPopsicle
StatementDon L. Wulffson
Classifications
LC ClassificationsT15 .W85 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination114 p. ;
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL992672M
ISBN 100525652213
LC Control Number96031148
OCLC/WorldCa35016589

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle: And Other Surprising Stories about Inventions at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. The packet uses two books~ (The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle and Toys!) for students to research how the toy was invented! The students research 10 different toys and then create a Toy Invention project at the end of the unit! The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle: And Other Surprising Stories about Inventions Written by Don L. Wulffson From sundaes to Mickey Mouse, learn the . The Kid Who Invented The Popsicle Book Information. Title: The Kid Who Invented The Popsicle. Author: Wulffson, Don L. Isbn: More than brief, factual stories--arranged in alphabetical order--explain how various familiar things were invented, many by accident, from animal crackers to the ice cream sundae to the zipper.

About The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle. Discover the extraordinary stories behind everyday things! Arranged in alphabetical order with anecdotal, fun-to-read text, this fascinating book is packed with the stories behind these and over more .   Today I found out that the Popsicle was invented by an eleven-year-old boy. In , eleven-year-old Frank Epperson from San Francisco, California invented the popular hot weather treat, the Popsicle as we know it today. However, the invention supposedly came about as a pure accident! The very first Popsicle ® ice pop was created way back in by an year-old named Frank Epperson. That’s right, Popsicle ® was invented by a kid! After a long day of play Frank went inside, but left his cup of soda with the stirring stick still in it out on the porch. The night got very cold, and when Frank went outside the next. Don L. Wulffson is the author of more than forty books, including Point Blank, The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle, Future Fright, and The Upside-Down Ship. He lives in Northridge, California. He lives in Northridge, California.5/5(1).

Wulffson (Time Fix, ) sketches out the origins of 99 inventions in this entertaining volume of trivia that may launch further research for reports. There is no depth on any topic, nor descriptions of inventors' lives, nor information on how patents are obtained. There are few child inventors included, so the title may mislead; nevertheless, one good example of youthful ingenuity is that Author: Don L. Wulffson. The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle. In Wrecking Ball, Book 14 of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series - from number one international best-selling author Jeff Kinney - an unexpected inheritance gives the Heffley family a chance to make major improvements to their home. But they soon find that construction isn't all it's cracked up to be. Nice picture book biography of the Frank Epperson, who, at 11, tinkered and invented the Ep-sicle (later renamed the Popsicle by his kids). There are science experiments peppering the text and, while Im glad theyre in the book, I found them disruptive to the flow of the story and wish theyd been saved for the end/5.   Buy a cheap copy of The Kid Who Invented the Popsicle: And book by Don L. Wulffson. Did you know that the ice cream sundae was invented because of a law forbidding the sale of ice cream on Sundays? Or that the first motorcycle /5(3).