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The Boy Who Invented TV:The Story of Philo Farnsworth by Kathleen Krull

Imagine what it would feel like growing up on a farm in American in 1906.When Philo Farnsworth came in everything changed. When Philo was three he was interested in anything mechanical. He would ask tons of questions. When he was old enough, he invented the T.V. This book was a cliff hanger to me because I was wondering what other inventions Philo invented. Read this book to find out what other cool inventions he made.

Reviewed by Melanie

Comments

Anonymous said…
I loved reading this book. Irealy enjoyed this book!
Anonymous said…
I think this book sounds great I wonder what happens if he makes any more inventions?
Emma said…
I wonder how the person invented tv

Cool review Melanie

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