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How things are made.

Contributor(s): Ajello, Arnold B | Gibson, Barbara [ill.] | National Geographic Society (U.S.). Special Publications Division
Material type: TextTextSeries: Books for world explorersPublisher: [Washington, D.C.] : National Geographic Society, c1981Description: 103, [1] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. + classroom activities folderISBN: 0870443348 :; 0870443399 (lib. bdg.) :Subject(s): Manufacturing processes -- Juvenile literature | ManufacturesDDC classification: 670 LOC classification: TS183 | .H68Summary: Explains how a variety of products--such as kaleidoscopes, baseballs, marbles, matches, toothpaste, light bulbs, and bridges--are made, highlighting the ways in which manufacturing techniques have changed over the years. A wall poster and a 24-page booklet of games and puzzles are included.
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666 GIB The pottery place 668.4 PAR Plastics 669 HAS Iron 670 HOW How things are made. 676 ASI How is paper made? / 676 GRU Paper by kids / 676.22 Papermaking : handmade paper and paper products /

Prepared by the Special Publications and School Services Division; writers: Arnold B. Ajello, and others; illustrations: Barbara Gibson.

Pocket contains a pamphlet, Far-out fun (23 p.) and a poster (1 fold sheet).

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [104]

Explains how a variety of products--such as kaleidoscopes, baseballs, marbles, matches, toothpaste, light bulbs, and bridges--are made, highlighting the ways in which manufacturing techniques have changed over the years. A wall poster and a 24-page booklet of games and puzzles are included.

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