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Black Women Scientists & Inventors By Michael Williams
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Djehutiu- Ankh-Kheru and Michael Williams join forces to produce this long awaited book. This amazing work features some of the greatest women scientists and inventors that ever lived. It is designed... More > for use of children between the ages of 7 and 16. This educational textbook contains the biographies of notable black scientists and inventors from the UK, America, the Caribbean, and Africa. It also contains study questions, a timeline of scientists and inventors featured in the book, a glossary, and a bibliography for further reading. This book will help the reader to develop skills in reading, comprehension, maths, science and history.< Less
Great African American Inventors By R Smith
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a list of African American patent holders and individual biographies of African American inventors. Black History month and the historic contributions of black scientists and engineers. African... More > American men and women in technology.< Less
The Renaissance Inventors: With History Projects for Kids By Alicia Z. Klepeis
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In The Renaissance Inventors with History Projects for Kids, readers 10 through 15 explore the period of European history from the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries while focusing on the biographies... More > of five inventors from that time and the creations they gave to the world, including Johannes Gutenberg, Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo da Vinci, Gerardus Mercator, and Galileo Galilei. Alongside the biographies of these men, the contributions of women and non-Europeans, who have been historically marginalized and ignored, are highlighted and explored in a way that represents the true diversity of the Renaissance world. With 10 hands-on projects that use the engineering design process, kids create their own versions of many amazing inventions from the Renaissance. Fun facts, primary source illustrations, and links to online resources promote critical and creative thinking skills. Even without a time machine, learners can experience the Renaissance!< Less
Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK: Millenniums Of Inventions & Innovations - Book 5 By Michael Williams & Manyonyi Amalemba
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Black Scientists & Inventors in the UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations is the fi rst comprehensive study of the black (African) contribution in science and technology in particular... More > and other contributions in general to Britain (UK). It’s an epic story that starts in Africa, the cradle of civilization and later moves directly to Britain (and also to Britain via the Caribbean diaspora). Williams and Amalemba uncover one of the world’s ‘best-kept His-storical secrets,’ that Africans were inventing and building civilizations across Europe and the British isles from as early as 8000 BCE.,and they continue to do so to this present day.< Less
Ingenious Women By Deborah Jaffe
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Deborah Jaffe gives an insight into some of the women inventors and their various inventions
From Football to Fig Newtons: 76 American Inventors and The Inventions You Know By Heart By Brian D'Ambrosio
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American ingenuity reveals itself in the simplest and most forgotten places. From familiar brand names such as Wheaties (George Cormack) to the most mundane stop at the traffic light (Garrett... More > Augustus Morgan Sr.), the everyday presents abundant opportunity to respect and recall the intellect of the men and women who crafted the culture and landscape of the environment we call our own. For every trip to the grocery store to buy a box of Band-Aids® (Earle Dickson), there is a chance to ask the question of where and how a certain product came about. With every click of the computer mouse (Douglas Engelbart), our curiosity should deepen. This book stands as a reminder to all those who need inspiration or wish to inspire, a nudge in the right direction, an instructive to get busy creating and perfecting the Nation our ancestors envisioned. It’s an instructive to read, familiarize and gain momentum from those who created the spaces and comforts we take for granted.< Less
How to Do It!: A Hands - On Introduction to the Essential Woodworking, Electrical and Mechanical Skills Every Handyman, Craftsman and Inventor Needs By J. S. Zerbe
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This lavishly illustrated collection gives clear instructions for "how-to-do" everything from properly using and maintaining tools, to designing, drafting and accomplishing projects on... More > every scale (up to and including building, roofing, wiring and burglar-proofing a house!), to becoming an inventor, and following the step by step process required to carry a new idea all the way from first imaginings to working prototype to patent-protected product ready for the marketplace. Combining three vintage WWI era "How To" guides - Carpentry for Boys, Electricity for Boys, and Practical Mechanics for Boys - HOW TO DO IT! brings practical, hands-on woodworking, electrical and mechanical skills, not just to boys, but to adult would-be handymen (and women!) everywhere. With more than 400 pages of approachable instruction, and over 500 original illustrations, J. S. Zerbe's HOW TO DO IT! is the ultimate "How-To" manual for beginning "do-it-yourselfers" of any age.< Less
Great Black Men And Women By Thomas Overstreet
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Thomas Overstreet’s Great Black Men and Women is a moving and thrilling anthology of poetry honoring great Black men and women throughout history. He proudly acknowledges the contributions... More > made by Black inventors, physicians, civil rights leaders, entertainers, athletes, abolitionists, African kings and queens, and Black men and women involved in politics. Although facing discrimination they forged ahead to make contributions in all walks of life. This book was written to help educate those who might not know a lot about the history of these important Black Americans. Mr. Overstreet uses poetry to present this history to you so that you may enjoy them in a melodic form. This publication would be ideal for poetry lovers who want to learn Black history.< Less
How To Do It!: A Hands-On Introduction to the Essential Woodworking, Electrical and Mechanical Skills Every Handyman, Craftsman and Inventor Needs By J. S. Zerbe
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This lavishly illustrated collection gives clear instructions for "how-to-do" everything from properly using and maintaining tools, to designing, drafting and accomplishing projects on... More > every scale (up to and including building, roofing, wiring and burglar-proofing a house!), to becoming an inventor, and following the step by step process required to carry a new idea all the way from first imaginings to working prototype to patent-protected product ready for the marketplace. Combining three vintage WWI era "How To" guides - Carpentry for Boys, Electricity for Boys, and Practical Mechanics for Boys - How To Do It! brings practical, hands-on woodworking, electrical and mechanical skills, not just to boys, but to adult would-be handymen (and women!) everywhere. With more than 400 pages of approachable instruction, and over 500 original illustrations, J. S. Zerbe's How To Do It! is the ultimate "How-To" manual for beginning "do-it-yourselfers" of any age.< Less
LIP DIVA By Rose Nichols
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To share an inventor's dreams, aspirations, desires and creations in a way that supports women of all walks of life, with special devotion, to always add the main ingredients of joy and magic into... More > every product we create.< Less

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