Explanations of time, its meanings and paradoxes are characteristic of Miriam Schlein's other hooks about concepts of...

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IT'S ABOUT TIME

Explanations of time, its meanings and paradoxes are characteristic of Miriam Schlein's other hooks about concepts of weight, speed and shapes. Their success comes through using common and humorous identification posts in imaginative ways. Here for instance, is time at its most convenient- as a handy guide for meetings; or its most puzzling- when it stops and yet never stops, when it flies, crawls, is slow, or fast or gone forever. There is time for doing things, time through which things are done, from prehistory through eternity.

Pub Date: Sept. 6, 1955

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Young Scott

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1955