Grampie: True Home Stories from the Life of Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell is one of North America’s most famous inventors. Although he is best known for the telephone, he started his science experiments because he wanted to help people who were deaf. He also spent his life exploring metal detectors, iron lungs, kites and speed boats. Have you ever wondered … What it would have been like to actually live with and learn from Alexander Graham Bell? What was he like as a father and grandfather, not just a public figure?
Grampie offers a glimpse into this side of Bell’s life and legacy, inviting us to ponder the question Bell answered throughout his life as a parent and grandparent: What does it look like to lovingly cultivate scientific curiosity at home?