Listen Up

Author: Monica Kulling
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ISBN: 9780756979416
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In 1876 the United States celebrated its 100th birthday and Alexander Graham Bell headed to the World's Fair to demonstrate his invention--a talking machine called the telephone. Step into Reading Step 3.

George Thomas And Abe

Author: Frank Murphy
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0375981446
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The Step into Reading Presidents Story Collection Frank Murphy, Martha
Brenner. Looking for other ... _ r....i"--km FRANCIS SCOTT KEY'S STAR-
SPANGLED BANNER THE GREAT HOUDINI1 WORLD—FAMOUS MAGICIAN
AND ESCAPE ARTIST HELEN KELLER COURAGE IN THE DARK ICE MUMMY
LEWIS AND CLARK1A PRAIRIE DOG FOR THE PRESIDENT LISTEN UP!
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL'S TALKING MACHINE LOOKING FOR BIGFOOT
POMPEII . . . BURIED ...

Frederick

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Frederick the field mouse stores up something special for the long cold winter.

Michigan State Gazette

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He offered a prize to his sons who would invent a talking machine, and
Alexander Graham won by producing a device that would cry like an infant and
say “Mamma.” The promise thus early developed was ... could have invented the
telephone. In casually referring to Professor Bell's early connection with the
telephone it is interesting to note that as long ago as 1878 he foresaw with
remarkable clearness the steps in advance that were to be made in the
development of the invention.

Kanit

Author: Eben Alexander
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ISBN: 9786055740221
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The Golden Encyclopedia Of Music

Author: Norman Lloyd
Publisher: Golden Pr
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Through the medium of records, a person can choose whatever music and
performer he wishes to hear, and can listen to them whenever and as often as he
wants. The listener can also hear performances of great plays; or he can hear
great poets reading their own poems. "Talking books" ... In 1885 a pair of
Americans, Alexander Graham Bell and Charles S. Tainter, patented the "
graphophone," a machine that reproduced sound more clearly than Edison's
phonograph. The tin-foil ...