Impossible Inventions is a book which will feed enthusiasm, foster wonder, encourage curiosity and, I’m pretty confident, sow seeds in the minds of inventors of the future.
Impossible Inventions: Ideas that shouldn’t work
Revel in the imagination with these 28 patented inventions that were never realized: comical, revolutionary, extraordinary.
Translated by Agnes Monod-Gayraud
When Leonardo da Vinci invented an elevator, a tank, a helicopter, a pair of shoes for walking on water, he was considered a dream. Today he is understood to be a genius, ahead of his time.
Impossible Inventions includes ideas ancient and modern, revolutionary, comical or simply impossible. Each one testifies to the extraordinary imagination of its inventor.
A children’s book for 7 and up.
Country of Origin Poland Reader Age 5-7 year, 6-8 year, 8-12 year Book Size N/A 24.8 × 20 cm ISBN ImpossibleInventions 9781776571703
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