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Rube Goldberg's Simple Normal Definitely Different Day Off

; Ed Steckley (Illustratør)

Follow along with young inventor Rube Goldberg on his day off from school in this wacky, STEAM-focused picture book A “definitely different” follow-up to Rube Goldberg’s Simple Normal Humdrum School Day, written by Jennifer George, the granddaughter of Rube Goldberg, and illustrated by award-winning artist Ed Steckley. Les mer
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Follow along with young inventor Rube Goldberg on his day off from school in this wacky, STEAM-focused picture book A “definitely different” follow-up to Rube Goldberg’s Simple Normal Humdrum School Day, written by Jennifer George, the granddaughter of Rube Goldberg, and illustrated by award-winning artist Ed Steckley. In their latest collaboration, they imagine Rube Goldberg as a young inventor who builds complex machines to solve simple, everyday problems. Follow along as he invents zany chain-reaction contraptions to have the best day off from school ever—including a simple way to play fetch in the yard without leaving his bedroom, a self-operating swing, and a super simple series of movie snacking machines.
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Forlag: Abrams Books for Young Readers
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781419748301
Format: 22 x 28 cm
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Jennifer George, Rube Goldberg's granddaughter, was raised and
lives in New York City. She is the legacy director of Rube Goldberg,
Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)-3, focused on STEM/STEAM education as
taught through the legacy and artwork of its namesake. She is the author
of Rube Goldberg's Simple Normal Humdrum School Day and The Art of Rube Goldberg. Ed Steckley
is an award-winning print and advertising illustrator. He grew up in
Racine, Wisconsin, and currently lives in Queens, New York. He is on the
board of directors of the National Cartoonist Society and is president
of its New York City chapter.