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Sarah Houghton-Jan
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Inventions: Great Ideas and Where They Come from

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Readers of all ability levels will want to read these high-low books from 5 high-interest nonfiction subject areas: sports, history, biography, adventure, and science. Each easy-to-read book explores a fascinating narrative account of the subject. This all-new series features historical photographs, full-color graphics, glossary words on each page, and a contemporary chapt ...more
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Published by Capstone Press(MN) (first published January 1st 2002)
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Sarah Houghton (formerly Sarah Houghton-Jan) is best known as the author of the award-winning She is also the Director for the San Rafael Public Library.

Sarah has been called an iconoclast, a contrarian, a future-pusher, and a general pain in the ass. She takes great pride in each. Sarah is a frequent speaker for online and realspace worldwide events for libraries and other e
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