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Philo Farnsworth and the Television


 
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Ages: 9+
Grade Levels: Reading level: 3rd-4th; Interest: 3rd-9th

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Product Code: 273-213

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Philo Farnsworth and the Television tells of how a teenaged farm boy from Idaho was the genius behind the invention of television. In dramatic, graphic novel format, this book tells how Philo Farnsworth came up with the idea for using electricity to send pictures, while plowing a field on the family farm. Readers will also learn about the race to invent television, as companies with big money tried to outwit this inspired and determined young man.
Author: Ellen Sturm Niz
Illustrator: Tucker, Keith
Publisher: Capstone Press
Page Count: 32
Binding: Paperback
Consumable: No
Printed in: USA
Copyright: 2007
ISBN:

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