2 edition of Edison mystery found in the catalog.
|Statement||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
|Publishers||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|2||Qwerty Stevens, back in time|
Thirteen-year-old Robert Qwerty Stevens uses the time machine he finds in his back yard to visit Thomas Edisons workshop in 1879, and there helps develop the electric light bulb, but then needs his sisters help to return to his own time. File Size: 2MB.
An absolutely adorable and gorgeously illustrated tale about mouse inventors and explorers! Curiosity motivates him to dig it up to discover what's inside. That may Edison mystery one of the reasons why people are so unhappy today. Orders consisting of regular and Bargain items can be purchased by credit card or PayPal and are shipped together with two packing slips. This post was written by Zachary Crockett. Kuhlmann has created another science-based adventure full of delightful details.
The historical element with Edision definitely seemed tacked on -- there was more in the notes at the end than in the actual story. He's also a pack rat.
Qwerty and his best friend Joey who lives in West Orange, New Jersey in a community called Llewellyn Park bordering the mansion that Edison once lived in,locked themselves in his room to discover what was in the aged box. Edison mystery
In this particular story, Edison is on an adventure to find a secret treasure long hidden by his ancestor. In addition to that this text could be used to discuss how illustrations and texts supporting each other. Another source noted that Fred once turned to Julia, herself an Edison employee, to make a motion picture screen. The book Qwerty Stevens-Back In Time By,Dan Gutmanis an awesome book,if you like mystery and suspense.
Thirteen-year-old Robert Stevens, known as Qwerty for the mistake he made in his third grade keyboarding class, unearths in his backyard a large mysterious wooden box that has the name Thomas Edison inscribed with gold lettering.
I really do think they are marvelous, both the illustrations of the mice, sea creatures etc.
Two of Fred's children Ira and Margaret purchased the farm as his retirement gift since he owned many dogs and West Orange was becoming too crowded.