Alexander Graham Bell Answers the Call

Alexander Graham Bell Answers the Call

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Well before Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, Aleck (as his family called him) was a curious boy, interested in how and why he was able to hear the world all around him. His father was a speech therapist who invented the Visible Alphabet and his mother was hearing impaired, which only made Aleck even more fascinated by sound vibration and modes of communication. Naturally inquisitive and inclined to test his knowledge, young Aleck was the perfect person to grow up in the Age of Invention. As a kid he toyed with sound vibrations and began a life of inventing. This in-depth look at the life and inspiration of the brilliant man who invented the telephone is sure to fire up the imaginations of young readers who question why and how things work. Driven by curiosity and an eagerness to help others, Aleck became a teacher for the deaf. His eventual invention of the telephone proved that he never stopped thinking big or experimenting with sound.
Publisher: Watertwon, MA : Charlesbridge, [2017]
ISBN: 9781580897211
Call Number: Kids Nonfiction SCIENCE �FBELL
921 BELL
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm
Subjects: Bell, Alexander Graham, 1847-1922 -- Juvenile literature.
Inventors -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Telephone -- United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.


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