2 edition of book for women who invent or want to found in the catalog.
book for women who invent or want to
|Statement||writer, Elizabeth (Liz) Wallace.|
|Contributions||Women Inventors Project (Waterloo, Ont.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
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Rosie (the younger) is too shy to talk about her passion for inventing, but is motivated by a timely visit from Rosie (the elder) to pursue her dreams, attempt to build a. The Slinky took many forms too, most famously the Slinky dog, which was had been popular in mid-century homes before its cameo in the movie Toy Toy Story, annual sales were only.
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