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Michael Faraday : Father of Electronics

by Charles Ludwig

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Ludwig retells Michael Faraday's remarkable life story in fictionalized form, presenting the man who invented the electric motor, the dynamo, the transformer, and the generator, as well as a deeply committed Christian who was determined to live by the Sermon on the Mount.
  BlessedHopeAcademy | Jul 27, 2013 |
This was my "review" when I read this book:

I loved this book. Faraday's life is amazing because he overcame many obstacles in becoming a scientist, and the reason he was able to overcome those trials was because he relied on God. (Even to the end of his life he supported his mother.) ( )
  jkepler | Aug 2, 2008 |
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Charles Ludwig retells Michael Faraday's remarkable life story in fictionalized form. Here is the father of the electric motor, the dynamo, the transformer, the generator. Few persons are aware of the brilliant man's deep Christian convictions and his determination to live by the Sermon on the Mount. For ages 12 to 15.… (more)

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