The Woman Who Invented Windshield Wipers: Mary Anderson and Her Wonderful Invention
Enslow Publishing, LLC, 1 ene 2014 - 48 páginas
Most people can't imagine a car without windshield wipers. How would you possibly see during a snow storm or downpour? But there was a time when drivers had to wipe the windshield themselves to clear it of snow and rain. And boy did they get wet. Readers find out how Mary Anderson's smart thinking helped her get a patent for the Windshield Cleaning Device.
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Response - I never knew who invented the windshield wipers! I was sad to read the Mary Anderson let her patent expire and that she didn't make money off of her idea. Curricular connections - Unit on inventions; reading group book Leer reseña completa