Career Day

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Career Day - By: Shawn Thomas
by Shawn

Created on: Dec-19-2012   Last updated: Dec-19-2012

 

8.5" x 8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
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One day in Herscher, IL, two kids decided to go to their school because it was Career Day, and they wanted to see all the amazing careers. One stand caught their eyes because in big letters, it said NEW DISCOVERY! So they went to the stand to see what was new, when the man in the stand said.

“Hello children, I am Professor John Dalton, I am a Chemist.”

The kids asked, “What did you discover?”

Dalton said “Why, I discovered the atom.”

“What’s an atom?”

“An atom is the basic unit of matter inside all of us. I discovered it while I was doing several experiments with several different liquids.”

“What is in an atom?”

“I don’t know, maybe nothing. I will need to run more test.”

“Cool, well, good luck with your experiments,” and off they went to see more careers, thinking about the atom. When they found another stand that said NEW DISCOVERY. So naturally, they went to see what else was new.

“Hello children, my name is Ernest Rutherford, I am..

 
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