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Abby Invents Unbreakable Crayons (SIGNED!)

Abby Invents Unbreakable Crayons (SIGNED!)

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For ages 4-9

Tired of coloring with broken crayons, Abby invents the world’s first UNBREAKABLE CRAYONS. She even gets a patent to prove it! Through Abby's failures and eventual success, she playfully introduces young readers to the scientific method.

This book also contains a fun activity page, encouraging young readers to create their own unbreakable crayons. 

From Purdue University's Engineering Gift Guide

"Very inspirational! Great book to show how young kids can observe the world around them to solve problems! Great art, diversity."
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Chastidy C.
United States United States
My baby girl was so happy

My daughter loves this book she is already talking about what she wants to invent she asked me so many questions. About why, what , when ,how and where I really want to thank the author we really appreciate you. also arln is so sweet thanks a million the book is worth the buy you won't be disappointed I love the book.

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Karen K.
United States United States
Book has inspiration and beauty

I really like the story line, the artistic display and the full spectrum of emotions. Success takes time and perseverance.

United States United States
Abby Invents Unbreakable Crayons

Great! Order came quickly. We love the book! Well written, great illustrations and terrific message!

Zoya C.
United States United States
My niece loves it!

Cute story, cute characters

Jessica S.
United States United States
Inspiring for my elementary-aged daughter!

My daughter reads the Abby Invents books again and again. She clearly has become inspired about the power of thinking of a new invention, based on recent conversations. I recommended that she write to Dr. Simon to share her idea!