I Wonder Why the Telephone Rings and Other Questions About Communications

By Richard Mead

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I Wonder Why the Telephone Rings and Other Questions About Communications

By Richard Mead

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Designed to amuse and intrigue the young reader, this addition to the I Wonder Why series takes a look at the world of communications, including how animals communicate, communication throughout history, and messages into space.

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