Innovative Design, it will give your children much creativity and imagination;
Perfect size, design reasonable, it doesn't take up too much space of the bag;
With 4 botton design, such as pencil sharpener, storage barn, Lifting frame and pen tray, you are free to change them;
Double sides design, large capacity storage space;
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With PET protective film, when you use it, please take off it,
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Little-Known Pencil Facts
One theory is that the word pencil comes from the Latin word pencillus, which means “little tail.” Another is that it is derived from the French pincel, meaning “little paintbrush.”
Before the invention of erasers, writers and artists used bread crumbs to erase mistakes.
Famous transcendentalist author Henry David Thoreau designed pencils at his father’s pencil factory before retreating to Walden.
Pencils can write in zero gravity, and were used on space missions by American and Russian astronauts.
They can also write under water!
The first mechanical pencil factory was located in England. It was destroyed in a bombing during WWII.
Earnest Hemingway and John Steinbeck both used pencils to write their novels.
Faber-Castell is the world’s largest pencil manufacturer, and Ray Bradbury even named a character in Fahrenheit 451 after them!
Thomas Edison had pencils specially made so that they were thicker than regular pencils.
It is said that the average pencil can draw a line 35 miles long, although this has never been tested. Be the first to try it out and you could appear on our next Pencil Facts list!