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Peterson, Megan Cooley
Series: Fact vs. Fiction in U.S. History
Thomas Edison was a famous American inventor in the late 1800s. His work with light bulbs got a lot of attention. Over time, many stories were told, including that he invented the light bulb. But this isn’t true. Discover what’s real and what’s fiction through infographics and primary sources.
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Size: 9 x 7
Interest Grade: 3-7
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Penworthy Release: 01-2023
Item #: 53245
Available : 21
History, United States, Thomas Edison, Invention, Electricity, Light Bulb, Experiment, Science, Fact vs. Fiction, Illustrations
Primary Sources, Infographics, Glossary, Index, Table of Contents, History, Reader, Nonfiction, Capstone Captivate, Capstone Press