Even More Fantastic Failures: True Stories of People Who Changed the World by Falling Down First
Even More Fantastic Failures showcases an important lesson: Try, Try Again. It portrays famous figures that failed majorly and then got up and kept trying, after some failures they wind up succeeding. For instance, Teflon stated as a scientific mistake, that created a material that is 4 TIMES stronger than STEEL. With Yelp, a small, last-minute ADD ON became the focus of a profitable company that Google offered to buy. In Even More Fantastic Failures, Luke Reynolds expertly shows that the road to succeeding requires failures.
Even More Fantastic Failures is a reference book. It has lots of different types of people each that fell down and recovered. I would recommend this book to second through sixth graders. I believe that schools should buy it and it is a really good first source for when you are researching. This book is fantastic. It briefly summarizes many stories of failure; from stories of actors to politicians and precedents to engineers. This book shows that failure is no big problem; just get up and Try, Try Again.
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