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The boo-boos that changed the world
1920s cotton buyer Earle Dickson worked for Johnson & Johnson and had a klutzy wife who often cut herself. The son of a doctor, Earle set out to create an easier way for her to bandage her injuries. Band-Aids were born, but Earle"s bosses at the pharmaceutical giant weren"t convinced, and it wasn"t until the Boy Scouts of America tested Earle"s prototype that this ubiquitous household staple was made available to the public.
|Statement||Barry Wittenstein ; illustrated by Chris Hsu|
|Contributions||Hsu, Chris, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
The Boo-Boos That Changed the World Nonfiction Read and Respond Multi-Leveled Lesson With this customizable lesson, students record their thinking to reveal comprehension of text. The Boo-Boos That Changed the World: A True Story About An Accidental Invention (really!)Author: Barry Wittenstein.
The Boo-Boos That Changed the World: A True Story of an Accidental Invention (Really!) Barry Wittenstein, illus. by Chris Hsu. Charlesbridge, $ (32p) ISBN The Boo-Boos That Changed The World is a book you need to add to your child’s library. The author shares the story of Earle Dickson and his wife by adding lots of humor and just enough information to make it enjoyable. There are several “The End”s in the book, and . Did you know Band-Aids were invented by accident?! And that they weren't mass-produced until the Boy Scouts gave their seal of approval?s cotton buyer Earle Dickson worked for Johnson & Johnson and had a klutzy wife who often cut herself. The son of a doctor, Earle set out to create an easie.
Excerpts-. From the book Once upon a time, in actually, a cotton buyer named Earle Dickson married his beloved, Josephine, and they lived happily ever after. THE END. Actually, that was just the beginning. The newlyweds expected to live a quiet life in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Instead, Earle and Josephine ended up changing the world, one boo-boo at a time. The Boo-Boos That Changed The World: A True Story About An Accidental Invention (Really!), written by Barry Wittenstein and illustrated by Chris Hsu, presents the kinda adorable story behind the creation of those Johnson & Johnson products whose name has become a generic word for the product itself. If it weren’t for a loving husband who. Get this from a library! The boo-boos that changed the world: a true story about an accidental invention (really!). [Barry Wittenstein; Chris Hsu] -- "Earle Dickson and his new bride Josephine begin their lives together. The end. (Not really. There's more.) Josephine has a proclivity for injuring herself. Earle attaches cotton to long strips of.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Pdf That Changed the World. Text - Hardback. Author(s): Barry Wittenstein. Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Historical Fiction, Sci Fi, Self Help. Product Number Released: Business Term: Purchase Publisher: Charlesbridge.Supercharged Download pdf The Boo Boos that Changed the World READ.
Today's Supercharged Story features The Boo Boos that Changed the World, by Barry Wittenenstein, illustrated by Jacksonville native Chris Chris for giving us the book to use, and let us know how your kids enjoy this program with you at the helm!The Boo-Boos That Changed The World: A True Story About An Accidental Invention (Really!) by Barry WittensteinAuthor: Barry Wittenstein.