Your Daddy Never Invented No Gas Pump . . . Did So! talks the reader through the trials of the turn-of-the-century inventions. It details how early American families learned to deal with a fast-changing environment through creative inventions whether it be the evolution of a safer gasoline lamp that eventually led to automobile gasoline pumps or the infamous party line.
The book also highlights the ever-changing roles of women, the risks they took, and the phenomenal growth that industrial revolution brought to the forefront.
She fives life to gas stations, gas pumps, and resident cats who help tell their stories cost to coast, changing America's landscape.
This is Sandy's sixth book. Her aim is to write history with humor through the voices of impersonated buildings and the human-like cats who help tell their stories.
|Publication date||December 03,2022|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
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