Alexander Graham Bell

It is hard to imagine what life would be like today if there were no telephones. It would take a lot longer for ambulances to get to where they are needed, and families would have to rely on the written word to keep in touch. Thankfully Alexander Graham Bell invented this priceless device, and it was only one of many extraordinary things that he did. Please use the search feature to find other books of related interest.

Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone

The Editors of Time for Kids
Nonfiction
For ages 7 to 9
HarperCollins, 2006   ISBN: 978-0060576189
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Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone

Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone

Jennifer Fandel
Illustrator:  Keith Tucker 
Nonfiction Graphic Novel  Series
For ages 7 to 10
Capstone Press, 1996   ISBN: 978-0736864787
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Listen Up! Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine

Listen Up! Alexander Graham Bell's Talking Machine

Monica Kulling
Illustrator:  Richard Walz 
Nonfiction
For ages 6 to 8
Random House , 2007   ISBN: 978-0375831157
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Always Inventing: A photobiography of Alexander Graham Bell

Always Inventing: A photobiography of Alexander Graham Bell

Tom L. Matthews
Nonfiction  Series
For ages 9 to 12
National Geographic Children's Books, 1996   ISBN: 978-0792273912
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Alexander Graham Bell: An Inventive Life

Alexander Graham Bell: An Inventive Life

Elizabeth MacLeod
Nonfiction  Series
For ages 8 to 12
Kids Can Press, 1999   ISBN: 978-1550744583
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Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander Graham Bell

Victoria Sherrow
Illustrator:  Elaine Verstraete 
Nonfiction
For ages 6 to 8
Lerner, 2001   ISBN: 978-1575054605
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