Aleck Bell, Ingenious Boy
Describes Bell's childhood in 19th century Edinburgh and his growing interest in the work of his father, a speech teacher who was particularly interested in teaching the deaf. In 1870 Bell came to America and began working on his great invention, the telephone.
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