Turn on the Light, Thomas Edison!
Thomas Edison did his first experiment with goose eggs at age two. When he was thirteen years old, he printed his own newspaper. During his lifetime, he invented over a thousand things.
What was Thomas like as a boy? Did he know that someday one of his inventions would light up the world?
In this book, you will find out all about Thomas Edison before he made history.
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Thomas Edison Is Born
Als Early Days
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Al's curiosity Al's ears Al's mother asked questions baby baggage car Boston bulb burned Canada colored wagons damaged Al's Detroit dollars a month dots and dashes Edison house Edison lost patience Edison ran Edison reluctantly agreed Edison spanked Edison would change Edison wrote Edison's Tower electricity engine enjoyed family's fast messages faster February 11 gold machine goose eggs graph Homer idea improved knew birds Lake Erie laughed lightbulb Mary Menlo Park ment Michael Oates Milan money on experiments Morse code Mount Clemons Nancy Edison nest newspapers night nursery rhyme plore the world Port Huron receiving messages roof shingles Saint Clair River Samuel Edison Sarnia scarlet fever scientists digging sending and receiving stock ticker machine Stratford Junction switch teacher tele telegrapher's job Thomas Alva Edison Thomas Edison invented Thomas Edison loved told Tom's goal Tom's skills tricity Walker's store wandered wanted watched Western Union wire