Time for Kids: Henry Ford – by Dina El Nabli and the Editors of Time for Kids
As a young boy, Henry Ford was fascinated by technology and how objects worked. His childhood interests led him to leave the Ford family farm in Michigan in search of a career with machinery, and the rest is automotive and economic history. With large text, wonderful photos, and interactive inserts, Time for Kids: Henry Ford is sure to be a great summer read for kids ages 7 – 9.
Faces of Henry Ford – by Robert Kreipke
This 12×9 hardbound book is the pictorial history of Henry Ford written by the Ford Motor Company Historian, Robert Kreipke. Through fascinating historic photographs and informative captions, this book tells the amazing story of Henry Ford’s life from his childhood in Dearborn, Michigan to the indelible mark he left on the world. Be sure to pick up this book just in time for Henry Ford’s 153rd birthday on July 30th.
A Culinary History of Florida – by Joy Sheffield Harris.
Florida has both a fascinating history and a wonderfully diverse culinary tradition. Author Joy Harris has brought these two pieces together in this superbly written book. A Culinary History of Florida combines recipes, photographs, archaeology, and anthropology all in one to explore the rich heritage of Florida. Whether you are a Florida native or simply a fan of good old southern cooking, be sure to give this book a try.
These books are available for purchase in our Museum Store or in our online store.