In 1936 the six-year-old Robert Patch became the youngest inventor who received a patent for his invention. While most children play with what they give away from their parents, the young Patch creates a drawing of children roader that can be assembled and disassembled, and marks the beginning of this type of toy.
Unlike most youngsters who later became known inventors in patch things end here. When growing up, he gets in a business with roofs, gets married and has a son. And he never received any money for his invention, since his father decided it was not worth trying to sell it.