Many great inventions and discoveries in the course of history were made
by mistake and changed the world we live in. Their true stories take young
reader on a fascinating journey to find out how a broken jar saved millions
of lives, how a useless wall cleaner turned into children's favorite arts and
crafts game, and how a spoiled snack led to the invention of the fastest
oven in the world. These stories prove that if you turn each mistake into an
occasion to observe, to learn and to explore, you can never go wrong!
Through captivating stories that combine history, biography and science
You Can't Go Wrong presents to young readers the idea of serendipity, not
only as a scientific phenomenon, but also as a positive way of thought that
opens a window to great opportunities.
“This is an important book for children and their parents. Learning the true value of mistakes can liberate us from the fear of failure and help us find more success and more happiness.” Tal Ben-Shahar, NYT bestselling author of “Happier”
“This book charmingly presents a series of highly significant discoveries that arose serendipitously, capturing readers’ attention with its engaging narrative. Reading it is an absolute delight!” Ada Yonath , Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry
“An intelligently written book, accompanied by breathtaking illustrations.” Haaretz newspaper
“An intricately crafted and impressive book… a remarkable accomplishment.” Laisha magazine