The Story of Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone

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Gareth Stevens, Sep 1, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 100 pages
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Biographies of inspirational role models are a critical resource for children. In the Famous Lives series we emphasize accessibility and thoroughness. These highly readable volumes trace each subject's early years, the events that shaped their beliefs and adult lives, and how they conducted themselves after winning recognition. It is the complete story, especially the formation of strong beliefs and goals in each person's early years, that provides the guidance and example children need. Each book exceeds 100 pages, making them ideal references as well as inspirational works.

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This is a very good book i did a book report on it and go a A. I tells you alot about him and his life

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UGG!!!! History book!!! Read full review

Contents

Alecks First Invention
11
I Will Teach This Boy to Think
19
Tragedy Strikes
31
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Margaret Davidson, Ph.D. University of California at Davis, taught at Carleton College and Southern Methodist University.

Stephen Marchesi has created numerous illustrations for textbooks, magazines, and picture books, including Ten Amazing People: And How They Changed the World; Martin Luther King, Jr. and the March on Washington; Meet Abraham Lincoln; and Mars; The Red Planet. Stephen lives in New York's Hudson Valley.

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