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Autobiography of Ben Franklin By Ben Franklin
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Forbidden Fruit By Ben Franklin
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At the brink of madness defrocked priest Benjamin Freeman works with his lover's kille to save the world.
Forbidden Fruit By Ben Franklin
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At the brink of madness defrocked priest Benjamin Freeman works with his lover's kille to save the world.
Vengeance is Mine By Ben Franklin
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At the brink of madness a defrocked priest works with his lover's killer and the agent who tortured him to stop a doomsday weapon.
The Entrepreneurial Ben Franklin - Third Edition By James Charles Bouffard, Psy.D., Ph.D.
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Starting with little but his native talent, Ben Franklin rose from insolvency to success in such a short span, few of us realize his progress was more a struggle in his time than for us today. With... More > sheer determination did he conquer his debasement, and an obsessive fear of failure, to retire one of the wealthiest businessmen in Philadelphia, extending to a distinguished career as a scientist, statesman and diplomat... Informative and entertaining, this well researched and written work also includes his inventions and civic accomplishments, along with his personal life and thoughts. Illustrated with period drawings, artwork and paintings. Easy indexing.< Less
The Entrepreneurial Ben Franklin - Fourth Edition By James Charles Bouffard, Psy.D., Ph.D.
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Benjamin Franklin ended his days as a beloved statesman and diplomat.... But what we are about to unfold is the story of Ben Franklin, the entrepreneur. A young man, not so dearly loved at... More > times, who fought his way to the top commencing with little.... From his youth in Boston to his middle years in Philadelphia, he plied himself ever upward.... Often labeled a “money-grubber” by his competitors, he philosophically shook off the insult to cheerfully take away their patrons, as they were trying to take away his.... Still, belied by an outward appearance of avarice during the early days in his career, he had an inner earnestness to do his fellow man well, which surfaced as his affluence grew. “A rich rogue,” he would quote in the first issue of Poor Richard’s Almanack in 1733, “is like a fat hog, who never does good until dead as a log.” Of his final belief in this, we shall observe in these pages....Illustrated with period drawings, artwork and paintings.< Less
The Entrepreneurial Ben Franklin - Fourth Edition By James Charles Bouffard, Psy.D., Ph.D.
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Benjamin Franklin ended his days as a beloved statesman and diplomat.... But what we are about to unfold is the story of Ben Franklin, the entrepreneur. A young man, not so dearly loved at... More > times, who fought his way to the top commencing with little.... From his youth in Boston to his middle years in Philadelphia, he plied himself ever upward.... Often labeled a “money-grubber” by his competitors, he philosophically shook off the insult to cheerfully take away their patrons, as they were trying to take away his.... Still, belied by an outward appearance of avarice during the early days in his career, he had an inner earnestness to do his fellow man well, which surfaced as his affluence grew. “A rich rogue,” he would quote in the first issue of Poor Richard’s Almanack in 1733, “is like a fat hog, who never does good until dead as a log.” Of his final belief in this, we shall observe in these pages....Illustrated with period drawings, artwork and paintings.< Less
The 90 Trillion Dollar Con Job By Ben Franklin Jr.
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The United States is legally bankrupt, defined in the dictionary as being unable to pay one's debts, being insolvent, or having liabilities in excess of a reasonable market value of assets... More > held. America has long passed the point of ever honoring its debts and obligations with anything but substantially inflated Dollars and dramatically reduced services. Read this report and make up your own mind.< Less
SL4: Ben Franklin and His Kite Curriculum By Sheila Seifert
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Help students better understand how Ben Franklin attached the idea of electricity to the lightning found in a storm. This lesson covers Benjamin Franklin's life as an inventor and centers on his... More > connecting lightning to electricity. The reading sheet in this lesson was adapted for fourth grade readers, and curriculum was created to help the story come to life for this age group. In this curriculum, you will get a reading sheet, discussion questions, comprehension questions, a class activity, a worksheet, inquiry questions, and more. If you are looking for other fourth grade lessons on electricity, visit the Contact Us page at Simple Literature.com and ask about our amazing first-timer "Electricity" discount. There are no strings attached! Or if all you need are comprehension questions, get them for free beneath the fourth-grade link at SimpleLiterature.com.< Less
Amazing Ben Franklin Inventions You Can Build Yourself By Carmella Van Vleet
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Amazing Ben Franklin Inventions You Can Build YourselfCarmella Van Vleet, Illustrated by Shawn Braley Amazing Ben Franklin Inventions You Can Build Yourself introduces readers ages 9 and up to the... More > life and times of one of America's greatest thinkers with over 25 hands-on building projects and activities. From his groundbreaking scientific discoveries and inventions to his career as a writer, printer, and politician, Amazing Ben Franklin Inventions gives young readers a comprehensive look at the man who gave us the lightning rod, the armonica, bifocals, the post office, the first public library, Poor Richard's Almanac, and so much more. This provides detailed step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and templates for creating each project. Historical facts and anecdotes, biographies, and fascinating trivia support the fun projects and teach readers about the courage, creativity, and determination of Ben Franklin and a young America coming into its own.< Less