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Benjamin Franklin..Electricity

Benjamin Franklin..Electricity

Peterson, Megan Cooley

Series: Fact vs. Fiction in U.S. History
Library Bound

In 1752, Benjamin Franklin was ready to perform an experiment. He wanted to show the electrical nature of lightning. His experiment was a success, but he didn’t discover electricity that day. Discover what’s real and what’s fiction through infographics and primary sources.

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Copyright: 2023
Size: 9 x 7
Pages: 32
Interest Grade: 3-7
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Classification: Nonfiction
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Dewey: B
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 01-2023
ISBN: 9781666339536
Item #: 53244
Onhand Quantity : 32
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Price: $23.49

Key words: History, United States, Ben Franklin, Invention, Electricity, Discovery, Experiment, Science, Fact vs. Fiction, Illustrations
Primary Sources, Infographics, Glossary, Index, Table of Contents, History, Reader, Nonfiction, Capstone Captivate, Capstone Press

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History isn't set in stone. It has a way of changing over time depending on who's telling the story. Primary sources, photographs, and new information will help sort fact from fiction and uncover the real story behind popular events. Includes glossary, TOC, sidebars, and more.

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