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TV's Forgotten Hero: The Story of Philo Farnsworth (Trailblazer Biographies) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-01-15 
Review Score: 1 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:157505017X
LANGUAGE:English

"My boys are part of a club for boys ages 8-11 called "Knights of Virtue" and each month they read a book about a great historical figure...usually a man that has exceptional values and followed their life mission. Philo Farnsworth was one of those men and we didn't know anything about him or the true history of "electronic television". One of the knight's mothers is related to him and she wanted us to know his story. I am really glad we read it because I use many of his inventions every day of my life and now I am grateful for the years of his life he gave to make our lives better. If you read it, you'll be surprised at what he invented other than television!" said.

"My boys are part of a club for boys ages 8-11 called "Knights of Virtue" and each month they read a book about a great historical figure...usually a man that has exceptional values and followed their life mission. Philo Farnsworth was one of those men and we didn't know anything about him or the true history of "electronic television". One of the knight's mothers is related to him and she wanted us to know his story. I am really glad we read it because I use many of his inventions every day of my life and now I am grateful for the years of his life he gave to make our lives better. If you read it, you'll be surprised at what he invented other than television!" said.

"My boys are part of a club for boys ages 8-11 called "Knights of Virtue" and each month they read a book about a great historical figure...usually a man that has exceptional values and followed their life mission. Philo Farnsworth was one of those men and we didn't know anything about him or the true history of "electronic television". One of the knight's mothers is related to him and she wanted us to know his story. I am really glad we read it because I use many of his inventions every day of my life and now I am grateful for the years of his life he gave to make our lives better. If you read it, you'll be surprised at what he invented other than television!" said.

"My boys are part of a club for boys ages 8-11 called "Knights of Virtue" and each month they read a book about a great historical figure...usually a man that has exceptional values and followed their life mission. Philo Farnsworth was one of those men and we didn't know anything about him or the true history of "electronic television". One of the knight's mothers is related to him and she wanted us to know his story. I am really glad we read it because I use many of his inventions every day of my life and now I am grateful for the years of his life he gave to make our lives better. If you read it, you'll be surprised at what he invented other than television!" said.

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