Listen Up!: Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine

Listen Up Alexander Graham Bell s Talking Machine IT S AND THE whole country is celebrating the th birthday of the United States The biggest party is in Philadelphia at the World s Fair where the latest and greatest inventions are on display

  • Title: Listen Up!: Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine
  • Author: Monica Kulling Richard Walz
  • ISBN: 9780375931154
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Library Binding
  • IT S 1876 AND THE whole country is celebrating the 100th birthday of the United States The biggest party is in Philadelphia at the World s Fair, where the latest and greatest inventions are on display for all to see Alexander Graham Bell is headed to the fair to demonstrate his invention a talking machine he calls the telephone But will anyone come to see him at the wIT S 1876 AND THE whole country is celebrating the 100th birthday of the United States The biggest party is in Philadelphia at the World s Fair, where the latest and greatest inventions are on display for all to see Alexander Graham Bell is headed to the fair to demonstrate his invention a talking machine he calls the telephone But will anyone come to see him at the world s most important science fair And importantly, will his machine work This Step 3 reader celebrates the resilient, quirky spirit of inventors.From the Trade Paperback edition.

    One thought on “Listen Up!: Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine”

    1. A very basic easy reader about Bell's childhood and invention of the telephone. His childhood concentrates on his living in Scotland and simply being fascinated with sound. Then the rest of the book specifically deals with Bell's invention of the telephone and its reception at the World's Fair in Philadelphia. Very basic. Remarkably missing is any mention of his mother's deafness, any of his work with the deaf and any note of his Canadian connection.

    2. my daughter brought this book home from kindergarten and I thought it might be too old for her, but she really enjoyed this book. We both learned a little something. I would recommend this book to others.

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