Great Inventors and Their Inventions

Learn about the inventors of the machines we benefit from every day of our lives. Reading breaks have been indicated for those following the Ambleside Online schedule.

Softcover, 206p

$ 16.00

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Can you imagine how different life would be without the printing press? It’s unlikely you’d ever have held a book. And your clothes would look very different without the invention of spinning and sewing machines. Without boats, trains, and planes, even our diets would be changed.

Read about the fascinating creators of these inventions and the struggles they faced. Some got rich, some fought for every penny, but they all changed the way we live our lives today. Inventors profiled in this collection include James Watt (the steam engine), Elias Howe (the sewing machine), Cyrus McCormick (the reaper), John Gutenberg (the printing press), Alexander Graham Bell (the telephone) as well as many more.

This reprinting is complete and unabridged featuring all the original illustrations and reformatted text for easier reading.

Weight .028 kg

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