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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 Resis ...more
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Published March 1st 2015 by BookBaby
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Heather Osborne
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Dreamscape: Real Dreams Really Make a Difference by Martha Cinader is a dramatic collection of narrative and poetry meant to inspire young people to reach their aspirations, no matter what the obstacles. Covering famous inventors, such as Tesla and Einstein, Cinader brings their struggles alive through creative verse. She also incorporates various female heroines, such as Sacajawea and a French resistance fighter, Josephine Baker, and an African Queen, Mell
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