|The Secret of Everyday Things|
|by Jean Henri Fabre|
|Fascinating conversations with Uncle Paul reveal the mysteries behind the dyeing and weaving of cloth, the lighting and heating of homes, the processing involved in bringing oil, coffee, tea, spices, and other foodstuffs to the table, and the power of water in all its manifestations. Excellent as follow-on to The Story Book of Science. Ages 11-14 |
About This Text
This text was prepared by Amy Monsky, Kelley Robinson, and
Joy Teigland, using
as copytext, The Secret of Everyday Things, by
Jean Henri Fabre, and published by
The Century Company, New York, 1920.
Formatting and images were added to the text by Nate
Since this book was first published before 1923, it is in the public domain
in the United States. By
U.S. law, it entered the public domain 75 years after
its first publication.
An assortment of black and white illustrations are included in this text.
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