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Pens

From Start to Finish

By Mindi Rose Englart

ISBN 1-56711-487-3

Publisher: Blackbirch Press

Publishing Year: 2002

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 23.3X19.8 cm

32 Pages

 
Description

  




"For as long as people have been on earth, humans have used tools to write.
Even prehistoric cave dwellers used sharpened stones to scratch stories onto their cave walls.
Billions of pens are used around the world every day.
People use pens for business, to write books, and to jot down everything from shopping lists to love notes. The world’s most common type of pen is the ballpoint. You’ve probably used a ballpoint pen many times without thinking much about it. But just how does a ballpoint pen actually work ?"


 
 
 



 

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