Young Thomas Edison

Young Thomas Edison

Unable to hear, Thomas Edison seemed unlikely to become one of America’s greatest inventors, but as a hardworking young man, he wasn’t about to let a minor obstacle stop him. He invented the phonograph, the incandescent lightbulb, and motion pictures, to name but three of his many important inventions. Eventually he was named “the greatest living American.” Follow Thomas Edison’s life from losing his sense of hearing to losing his hard-earned fortune, in this intriguing biography by Ne$ 2.99

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World of Inventors: Thomas Edison

With 1,093 patents to his name, Thomas Edison has more than any other person in history—that’s an astonishing 13 patents for every year of his life! Though he claimed, “I never did a day’s work in all my life,” there’s no doubt that Edison was very busy, creating things we take for granted today: the electric lightbulb, recorded music, the stock ticker, and even motion-picture machines! Filled with historical photographs, diagrams, and illustrations, World of Inventors: Thomas Edison$ 4.39

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