Can you imagine life without CDs and videos, without television and radio? Over 100 years ago, none of these things existed and entertainment had to be home made. But then a scientist called Thomas Edison invented a machine that would change the world. This is the fascinating story of a scientific genius, and how he recorded sound for the first time, told through the eyes of his young daughter, Dot.
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 270 x 214 x 3 mm
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