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The boy who invented the Popsicle : the cool science behind Frank Epperson's famous frozen treat / Anne Renaud ; [illustrated by] Milan Pavlović

By: Renaud, Anne, 1957- [author]Contributor(s): Pavlović, Milan (Illustrator) [illustrator]Material type: TextTextDescription: 1 vol. (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 cmISBN: 9781525300288; 1525300288Subject(s): Epperson, Frank, 1894-1983 -- Juvenile literature | Children as inventors -- California -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Ice pops -- History -- Juvenile literature | Food -- Experiments -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Biography. | Biographies.DDC classification: BIO EPP Summary: Young Frank William Epperson always knew he wanted to be an inventor. He loved to experiment - especially with flabored soda waters. Frank was determined to create the yummiest, most thirst-quenching drink ever. Not all his attempts were successful - you could even say some were disastrous! But Frank never stopped trying, even as he grew up
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Young Frank William Epperson always knew he wanted to be an inventor. He loved to experiment - especially with flabored soda waters. Frank was determined to create the yummiest, most thirst-quenching drink ever. Not all his attempts were successful - you could even say some were disastrous! But Frank never stopped trying, even as he grew up

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