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by Susan Kovacs Buxbaum,Marilyn MacGregor,Rita Golden Gelman

  • ISBN: 0531043053
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Susan Kovacs Buxbaum,Marilyn MacGregor,Rita Golden Gelman
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Franklin Watts (September 1, 1981)
  • FB2 size: 1796 kb
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Boats That Float book. Boats That Float (An Easy-Read Activity Book). 0531043053 (ISBN13: 9780531043059).

Boats That Float book. Instructions for making 11 different boats from common items.

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Gelman, Rita Golden; Buxbaum, Susan Kovacs; MacGregor, Marilyn. When finished, each boat will float. Ship models, Handicraft, Ship models, Handicraft, Models and modelmaking. New York ; London : Watts.

Rita Golden Gelman (born July 2, 1937, Bridgeport, CT) is an American writer of children's literature and travel literature for adults. Rita Golden Gelman is the author of more than seventy children's books and two adult books. Her memoir, "Tales of a Female Nomad, Living at Large in the World," was published in 2001 by Crown/Random House and it is still selling widely in paperback. In 1987 Gelman decided to sell all her possessions and become a citizen of the world.

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Boats That Float (An Easy-Read Activity Book) by Rita Golden Gelman; Susan Kovacs Buxbaum; Marilyn . Pictorial boards, lightly rubbed and soiled. Inscribed on front pastedown by Susan Kovacs Buxbaum.

Pictorial boards, lightly rubbed and soiled.

Rita Golden Gelman, Susan Kovacs Buxbaum. This is designed to be a first science book for younger readers, which examines such questions as why skin wrinkles in the bath, why some soaps float and others sink and what makes a bubble. Easy experiments are included. The authors' previous books are "Ouch! All About Cuts and Other Hurts", "Boats that Float" and "Body Noises".

Boats That Float (An Easy-Read Activity Book) Franklin Watts, Library Binding, 1981. Spread the word about books.

Rita Golden Gelman family owned a small pharmacy and she spent lots of time in the store, helping out. As a teenager, she worked at the soda fountain in the store

Rita Golden Gelman family owned a small pharmacy and she spent lots of time in the store, helping out. As a teenager, she worked at the soda fountain in the store. After graduating from college, she moved to New York where she worked as a file clerk for the magazine FOR YOUNG NEW YORKERS. Eventually she became a writer for the magazine until it folded. After that, she freelanced writing whatever she could get paid for. In 1960, she married.

Explains how to make toy rafts, pirate ships, paddleboats, barges, and other boats out of common household materials

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