Beakman's World: A Visit to the Hit TV Show
Andrews and McMeel, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
Alexander Graham Bell: dead. Madame Curie: dead. Galileo Galilei: dead. In this fun and fact-filled book, Beakman explains the accomplishments of 14 notable scientists from history. Along with a timeline of each life -- including significant personal and professional dates -- the book tells readers how each inventor made his or her discovery. The easy-to-read narrative also explains why the invention is important in an engaging style.
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