|aBell and the science of the telephone / |cwritten by Brian Williams ; illustrated by David Antram.
|a1st ed. for North America (including Canada and Mexico), the Philippine, and Puerto Rico
|aHauppauge, N.Y. : |bBarron's, |c2006.
|a32 p. : |bcol. ill. ; |c24 cm.
|aThe explosion zone
|aAlexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland but spent most of his life in Canada and the United States, where he invented several devices for the transmission of sound. In 1876, after much experimentation, hedeveloped what is generally considered to be the first practical telephone. Here is the story of the scientific ideas he mastered as he succeeded in making his working telephone.
|aBell, Alexander Graham--1847-1922--Juvenile literature.