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Juvenile Nonfiction - Technology - Inventions
Author: Trisha Prabhu | Narrator: Trisha Prabhu
Release Date: May 31, 2022
Stop hate. Promote Kindness. Be an Upstander.ReThink the Internet.Do you have to ask someone’s permission before posting their photo?How can you tell if something on the internet is true?What should you do if you see someone bullying a friend o...
Author: Gary Blackwood | Narrator: George Guidall
Release Date: November 05, 2019
History's amazing secrets and codes—and how to crack them yourself.This fascinating look at history's most mysterious messages is packed with puzzles to decode and ciphers that kids can use themselves. Here are the encrypted notes of Spartan wa...
Author: Margaret Frith | Narrator: Kevin Pariseau
Release Date: March 26, 2019
One day in 1882, Thomas Edison flipped a switch that lit up lower Manhattan with incandescent light and changed the way people live ever after. The electric light bulb was only one of thousands of Edison’s inventions, which include the phonogra...
Author: Don L. Wulffson | Narrator: Bryan Kennedy
Release Date: March 05, 2019
Discover the extraordinary stories behind everyday things! Did you know that the ice cream sundae was invented because of a law forbidding the sale of ice cream on Sundays? Or that the first motorcycle was really just a tricycle with a motor? Wo...
Author: Steven Johnson | Narrator: Steven Johnson
Release Date: October 16, 2018
Did you drink a glass of water today? Did you turn on a light? Did you think about how miraculous either one of those things is when you did it? Of course not--but you should, and New York Times bestselling author Steven Johnson has. This adaptation ...
Author: Alice Provensen and Martin Provensen | Narrator: Stuart Blinder
Release Date: July 10, 2018
Winner of the Caldecott Medal, this stunning audiobook depicts Louis Bleriot's historic first cross-Channel flight.
Author: James Buckley, Jr. and Who HQ | Narrator: Johnny Heller
Release Date: June 05, 2018
As young boys, Orville and Wilbur Wright loved all things mechanical. As young men, they gained invaluable skills essential for their success by working with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and any sort of machinery they could get their hands on...