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Da Vinci's Way

(Edge of Yesterday #2)

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In this second book of the Edge of Yesterday series, Charley Morton, girl inventor extraordinaire, is determined to hack time. When her model for a time machine accidentally ignites, Charley's sent whirling back 500 years, coming face-to-face with her Renaissance idol, Leonardo da Vinci. It's a perfect scenario for the Renaissance-girl wannabe. Until the news: Her mother i ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published September 7th 2018 by Small Batch Books
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Cheryl
Nov 25, 2018 rated it it was ok
This book is better than the first one. The storyline seems a bit more solid. Yet, I still struggled to find that strong connection with the characters. However, the connection that I did find was there. The location is what drew me in. I liked Da Vinci. Where in the first book I said that I thought that Charley didn't really show leadership skills; she was finding those skills in this book. There were aspects of STEM featured in this book. When it came to this book, the fast pace worked. In reg ...more
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Apr 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A teen time travel series “Edge of Yesterday” (Small Batch Books) by Robin Stevens Payes was written to help guide young people toward finding their own passions and following their dreams. Payes cares deeply about connecting kids to meaningful learning and engages them in learning through story, which she says is intrinsic to the human condition. Her newest book in the series is Da Vinci’s Way, and takes stalwart time traveler Charley Morton to explore her favorite subjects, science and math wi ...more
Donna Huber
Nov 07, 2018 rated it liked it
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This book was a little better than book one, but the story was still too choppy for my liking. And it is a bit too thin on the plot as well. And why was the story recapped at the end? Can an 8th grader not retain major points of a story from the start to finish? That's hard to believe given that the book is 129 pages (and there are a few pictures) - there is a sneak peek of the next book. Read my full review at Girl Who Reads ...more
Michelle Bowles
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Dec 15, 2018
Robin Payes
Mar 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Robin Stevens Payes is a Maryland-based author, science writer, and consultant in social marketing specializing in health, science and education. She is also a leadership coach.

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