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Scholastic Science Supergiants: Did You Invent the Phone Alone, Alexander Graham Bell?

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Product description

The story of Alexander Graham Bell’s life as inventor, scientist and teacher is clearly told in this exciting question-and-answer book. Find out not only how the telephone was invented and how it worked, but how Bell’s personal history, including his mother’s deafness, led to his interest in discovering alternate modes of communication. Full of engaging illustrations, period photos and easy experiments, this well-researched short book weaves together science, history and biography.

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Paperback

ISBN

9780439833813

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