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The House That Cleaned Itself review µ 8 ☆ Like most of us Frances Gabe detested housework she found cleaning a nerve twangling bore Unlike most of us she invented a contraption to free herself from this tedious task forever a self cleaning house Gabe's wacky wonderful home included almost 70 new patented inventions from a soap spraying spLace Though Gabe's invention didn't catch on her determination and clever thinking remind us that we don't have to accept the world as it is; we can improve it using our minds and our own two han. This was uite a surprise revealing a woman's odd but clever efforts over many decades to resolve the universal annoyance of keeping things cleaning that so uickly need to be cleaned again and and again

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Like most of us Frances Gabe detested housework she found cleaning a nerve twangling bore Unlike most of us she invented a contraption to free herself from this tedious task forever a self cleani. The House That Cleaned Itself The True Story of Frances Gabe's Mostly Marvelous Invention is a children's picture book written by the team of Susan Romberg and Laura Dershewitz and illustrated by Meghann Rader It is a biographical picture book of an American Frances Gabe – a less than successful inventor who followed her dreamsMarch at least in my part of the world is Women's History Month which I plan to read one children's book particularly a biography which pertains to the subject everyday this month Therefore I thought that this book would be apropos for todayFrances Gabe was an American artist and inventor perhaps most well known for designing and building the Self Cleaning House in Newberg Oregon She built her own model for 15000 and it was estimated to go on the market in 1984 for about 50000 She gained international notoriety in the 1980s for the self cleaning houseThe text is rather simplistic straightforward and informative This unusual biography with chatty text has a distinctive focus and depicts the development of an idea that has not been embraced Back matter includes an author’s note and a bibliography Rader's illustrations are simple and has a retro styled aspect that seems rather apropos to the times and target audienceThe premise of the book is rather straightforward Frances Gabe hates doing housework – especially during a time when women were uestioning their roles as homemakers Frances wondered how she could create a house that would clean up after itself Through innovative thinking resilience a feminist sensibility and a touch of zaniness Frances did succeed in making a house that washed itself but despite the attention the house garnered it was deemed impractical Still her enthusiasm purpose and originality shine throughAll in all The House That Cleaned Itself The True Story of Frances Gabe's Mostly Marvelous Invention is an interesting biographical children's picture book about a less than successful inventor but at least she tried which is also a good message

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The House That Cleaned ItselfNg house Gabe's wacky wonderful home included almost 70 new patented inventions from a soap spraying sprinkler in the ceiling to a kitchen cabinet that washed dried and stored dishes all in one p. Sometimes we need dreamers to dream big and give us ideas that we would never consider to pursue This is such a tale A non fiction biography of a woman who dreamt bold dreams of a house that could clean itself And while there were some practical challenges in her ideas Frances Gabe never gave up trying to improve upon her ideas I love when we are able to talk about failures even when failures are celebrated and learned from Pick this one to show your readers to put yourself out there and to think bold and big