Alexander Graham Bell is one of the greatest scientists and inventors. Bell was tireless in his efforts to make life better for everyone. It wasn’t about the money for Alec Bell, which is what his family called him. Instead, he seemed to have a real love for people and a special place in his heart for the deaf and teaching.
Bell started inventing when he was 11 years old and continued until his death in 1923. This book includes family pictures, pictures of Bell at work, and sketches from his notebooks. With its many rare photographs, this National Geographic photobiography is sure to become a favorite. This book is scheduled for the student to read independently.