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Hoy's Toys Thomas Edison Series

Hoy's Toys Thomas Edison Activity Book (ages 9 to adult)

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Hoy's Toys Thomas Edison Activity Book (ages 9 to adult)

How did Edison help build the Yankee Stadium? 
How many people also invented the telephone? 
Does Thomas Edison have a Grammy Award? 
How long did Edison go without sleep in order to create the Phonograph? 

Journey with us as we explore The Thomas Edison Activity Book which includes all original artwork. Learn of Edison’s life from his humble beginnings in Milan, Ohio to his reputation as the Wizard of Menlo Park. Learn about all the great inventions from his West Orange Lab, his selection as President of the US Naval Consulting Board during WWI, his role in saving the US Navy from additional losses, and his revered position as only one of two Ohioans to represent Ohio in Washington, D.C.’s Statuary Hall in 2016. Rarely has one person made such a profound impact on mankind.

The Thomas A. Edison Activity Book will enlighten you with easy-to-read material; it provides excellent original visuals that capture his genius. From his light bulbs and electric pens to his telegraphs and photographs, this book provides descriptions and detailed sketches of his famous patents and inventions. Spread throughout the book are word games, morse code puzzles, amazing mazes, color by number, and seek-n-finds. These interactive games provide a fun, interactive way of quizzing kids and helping them enjoy and retain the information they learned. This book is perfect both for on-the-go and for at-home reading. Take it with you on a plane, read it on a rainy day, and boost your child’s education.

Celebrate the life of the “Man of the Millennium,” Thomas A. Edison, in this information-packed activity book! This 90-page expansive look at Edison is separated into three equal parts: Edison’s life, patents and inventions, and honors and awards. Recommended for ages 9-Adult

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