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Bell's Breakthrough by Stacia Deutsch
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Bell's Breakthrough

by Stacia Deutsch

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This is a very creative way to teach kids about famous historical American inventors. This is the story of Abagail, a lucky thrid grader, who gets to travel back in time using her social study teacher's time-travel computer. She and some of her classmates go back in time to help Alexander Graham Bell and convince him to not give up on his big discovery.

Very educational and exciting. The book moves fast and keeps you interested. It has some pretty funny parts, like when they want to call 911, but there's no phone. This is a great way to teach kids about famous inventors.
Recommended grade: 3 ( )
  Vschooler | Oct 7, 2012 |
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Abigail, Jacob, Zack, and Bo travel back in time to visit Alexander Graham Bell, and they urge him not to give up on his efforts to invent the telephone.

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