Alexander G. Bell Answers the Call

Mary Ann Fraser
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Before Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone he was a curious boy affectionately called Aleck!
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Throughout his childhood Aleck was curious about sound and communication, he invented sound-making machines and experimented vibrations with his own voice and piano. He even tried to get his dog to speak! Eventually Aleck grew up to create the first telephone. You'll read more information about Graham's inventions, a timeline of his life and see the colorful illustrations of Aleck from child to adulthood.


Publisher: Charlesbridge

Author: Mary Ann Fraser
Pages: 32
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