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Samuel Morse and the Telegraph (Inventions and Discovery) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-06-29 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings
ISBN:0736868461
LANGUAGE:English

" As usual, the graphic history books add a humorous tone to history, but due to my previous encounters with graphic history, I'm somewhat doubtful about the truthfulness of its story.Still, a good, fun, short look at the telegraph's invention and life. " said.

" I love the idea of graphic history. My boys really enjoyed reading this version of the Samuel Morse story. We are not taking it as our only source, and are supplementing with more traditional text.I think the format does a great job in conveying some of the action in the story. Will be looking for more of these at our local library. " said.

" 1. I love reading non-fiction in graphic novel form. It's easier for me to retain and I also get more interested in it.2. The only thing I wish this book had was the complete Morse code in the back. I know it was throughout the book, but I wanted to see the whole alphabet.3. It's amazing how fast technology can change and how inventors build upon one another.4. I would recommend these to the youngest of readers to the most advanced. They are easy, quick, and a good overview. " said.

" As usual, the graphic history books add a humorous tone to history, but due to my previous encounters with graphic history, I'm somewhat doubtful about the truthfulness of its story.Still, a good, fun, short look at the telegraph's invention and life. " said.

" I love the idea of graphic history. My boys really enjoyed reading this version of the Samuel Morse story. We are not taking it as our only source, and are supplementing with more traditional text.I think the format does a great job in conveying some of the action in the story. Will be looking for more of these at our local library. " said.

" 1. I love reading non-fiction in graphic novel form. It's easier for me to retain and I also get more interested in it.2. The only thing I wish this book had was the complete Morse code in the back. I know it was throughout the book, but I wanted to see the whole alphabet.3. It's amazing how fast technology can change and how inventors build upon one another.4. I would recommend these to the youngest of readers to the most advanced. They are easy, quick, and a good overview. " said.

" As usual, the graphic history books add a humorous tone to history, but due to my previous encounters with graphic history, I'm somewhat doubtful about the truthfulness of its story.Still, a good, fun, short look at the telegraph's invention and life. " said.

" I love the idea of graphic history. My boys really enjoyed reading this version of the Samuel Morse story. We are not taking it as our only source, and are supplementing with more traditional text.I think the format does a great job in conveying some of the action in the story. Will be looking for more of these at our local library. " said.

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