Great Inventors and Inventions Coloring Book
Forty-five finely detailed drawings depict inventors and their important inventions - from Gutenberg's printing press with movable type (1438) and James Watt's steam engine (1763) to Jaques Cousteau's aqua lung for scuba divers (1942) and Hard Townes's laser (1964). Included also are excellent illustrations of David Bushnell's submarine, the "Turtle" (1776); Count Alessandro Volta's battery (1800); Robert Fulton's steamboat, the Clermont (1807); the telegraph, perfected by Samuel F.B. Morse (1837); the Lenoir Brothers' internal combustion engine (1860); the electric light bulb, developed by Thomas Edison and Joseph Swan (1878-79); Karl Benz's motorized wagon (1885) and many other notable advances. Explanatory captions provide background information on inventors and inventions, making this an educational and fact-filled guide. All this, and you can color it, too!