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For young readers who don’t fancy becoming President (2000) or an Inventor (2002), St. George offers another career path—actually, several dozen paths, as under the aegis of “explorer” she includes not only such familiar figures as Columbus, Mary Kingsley, Amelia Earhart and Yuri Gagarin, but als...| Read Full Review of So You Want To Be An Inventor?
As the overall visual tone is genial—even Joseph Guillotin is depicted proudly polishing his eponymous device as an anxious-looking matron is being positioned on it—the grim scene of ranked slaves feeding Whitney’s cotton gin brings a sudden dissonance that pays no more than lip service to the le...| Read Full Review of So You Want To Be An Inventor?
For instance, she notes that ""Warren Harding was a handsome man, but he was one of our worst Presidents"" due to his corrupt administration, and backs it up with one of his own quotes, ""I am not fit for this office and never should have been here."" Meanwhile, Small (The Gardener) shows Harding...| Read Full Review of So You Want To Be An Inventor?
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