Who Was Alexander Graham Bell by Bader, Who HQ, and Groff

  • Author: Bonnie Bader
  • Author: Who HQ
  • Illustrator: David Groff

SKU: 3664372

Alexander Graham Bell is known for inventing the telephone, but did you know that it all began when he was teaching the deaf? His wife and mother were deaf. Find out why the man who invented the phone refused to have a telephone in his study during his later years. Discover the intriguing tale behind one of the founders of modern technology.
Chapters include:
- Who Was Alexander Graham Bell?
- An Inventor Is Born
- A Turning Point
- An Ear for Sound
- Endings and Beginnings
- A New Direction
- A Sound Is Heard
- Race to the Finish
- Famous Words
- Victory!
- An Inventor to the End
- Timelines
- Bibliography

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