Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine
As they read this beginner reader title, children will discover how the telephone came to be invented. They will find out that Alexander Graham Bell used the principals of science to create his machine. In addition they will learn that some people were afraid to use the new invention at first, but soon enough they lost their suspicions of the telephone and grew to depend on it.
With lots of illustrations and a text which perfectly suits the younger reader, this book serves as an excellent introduction to the life and achievements of Alexander Graham Bell.
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