Alexander Graham Bell for Kids [pb]
His Life & Inventions with 21 Activities
For Kids series
By Mary Kay Carson [Ohio]
Alexander Graham Bell invented not only the telephone, but also early versions of the phonograph, the metal detector, airplanes, and hydrofoil boats. This Scottish immigrant was also a pioneering speech teacher and a champion of educating those with hearing impairments, work he felt was his most important contribution to society. Bell worked with famous Americans such as Helen Keller and aviators Glenn Curtiss and Samuel P. Langley, and his inventions competed directly with those of Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers.
This unique biography includes a time line, a list of online resources, and 21 engaging hands-on activities to better appreciate Bell's remarkable accomplishments. 160 pages
2019 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Book Winner
June 1, 2018