The Inventor's Secret

The Inventor's Secret

What Thomas Edison Told Henry Ford

Book - 2015
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Describes the friendship between the two inventors and how Thomas Edison's advice to the young Henry Ford inspired Ford to work on his automobiles until he came up with an inexpensive, reliable version which became the Model T.
Publisher: Watertown, MA :, Charlesbridge,, [2015]
ISBN: 9781580896689
1580896685
9781580896672
1580896677
Characteristics: 48 pages ; 27 cm

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angelflyer
Oct 03, 2016

If you have a child that just needs a bit more encouragement, perhaps this would be a good fit!
Henry Ford had lots of curiosity and "drive" to invent a car, but his creations just kept flopping. Finally he invited himself to a dinner 600 miles away to get a chance to ask Thomas Edison his secret.
Not didactic, this is a charming book, even if you aren't trying to build a car!

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