Story of Thomas A. Edison

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Author: Margaret Cousins
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers; Paperback
Ages: 9-12
Period: 1847-1931, 19th-20th century US; Non-fiction
A Landmark Book

Young readers will be enthralled by the amazing story of inventor Thomas Edison, a genius who forever changed life in the 20th century--and beyond. By the end of his career, Edison had invented the light bulb, motion pictures, and the phonograph and made improvements in almost every other means of communication in use today.

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