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Henry Ford: Big Wheel in the Auto Industry

(Getting to Know the World's Greatest Scientists & Inventors)

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Meet renowned inventor Henry Ford!
Getting to Know the World's Greatest Inventors and Scientists series combines a delightful mix of full-color historical reproductions, photos, and hilarious cartoon-style illustrations that bring to life the work and contributions of renowned scientists and inventors, combining poignant anecdotes with important factual information for read
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Scholastic (first published 2009)
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Easy to read. Sometimes people having short span of attention for reading non fiction book, with this kind of series it really help people like me to understand about history and enjoy reading it
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Henry Ford is often considered the father of the modern industrial world. This biography blends illustrations, photographs and text to tell the story of his life from birth to death. The information itself is laid out in an easy to understand, linear fashion. The photographs are quite interesting, but the illustrations fall flat, often including puns and visual jokes that seem both unnecessary and entirely out of place in the otherwise serious biography.
Bethe
Venezia's trademark mix of photos and cartoon illustrations explore Henry Ford, focusing mainly on his automotive career. Too long for read aloud, but good for independent reading, especially entertaining are the cartoon horses at the beginning. ...more
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