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Who Was: Scientists and Inventors: Ben Franklin; Neil Armstrong; Steve Jobs; Jane Goodall; Marie Curie; Galileo

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Published January 12th 2016 by Listening Library (Audio)
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Heather Campbell
Nov 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If I, as the mom, am learning new things every time I listen or read from this series, it gets 5 stars from me. Loved this combination of scientists and inventors. I think Benjamin Franklin and Neil Armstrong we’re our favorites. Listened with ages 7-10.
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Audiobook of 6 Who Was/Is titles
Strong narration and I learned new things like Jane Goodall's mom was awesome!
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