Oh no, not again!, or, How I built a time machine to save history (or at least my history grade) by Mac Barnett

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Published by Disney-Hyperion in New York .

Written in English

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  • Cave dwellers,
  • Humorous stories,
  • Time travel,
  • Cave paintings,
  • Fiction

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When she does not get a perfect score on her history test, a young girl builds a time machine to remedy the situation.

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Book details

Other titlesHow I built a time machine to save history (or at least my history grade)
Statementby Mac Barnett ; illustrated by Dan Santat
ContributionsSantat, Dan, ill
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B26615 Og 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24852625M
ISBN 109781423149125
LC Control Number2011011111

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He rebels but fails, driven to suicide. Time Machine is a simple backup program that requires very little input from the user, making it perfect for people who would never backup in the first place. and not at least explain that using them both might cause a conflict. I'm not sure that statement is factually correct.

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It also introduced, for the first time in fiction, the notion of a machine for traveling in time. In this novel the Time Machine by H. G. Wells, starts with the time traveler trying to persuade his guest's the theory of the fourth dimension and even the invention.

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