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The Time Machine

The Time Machine (Library Binding)

By Wells, H. G.
Illustrated by Ruiz, Jose Alfonso
Illustrated by Smith, Tod
Retold by Davis, Terry

Originally published: Minneapolis: Stone Arch Books, 2008.

ISBN 9781496500113
Barcode 9781496500113
Published 1 July 2014 by Stone Arch Books
Format Library Binding
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Series Graphic Revolve: Common Core Editions
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ISBN-13 9781496500113
ISBN-10 1496500113
Stock Out of stock
Status Not currently available
Publisher Stone Arch Books
Imprint Stone Arch Books
Publication Date 1 July 2014
Publication Country United States United States
Format Library Binding
Author(s) By Wells, H. G.
Illustrated by Ruiz, Jose Alfonso
Illustrated by Smith, Tod
Retold by Davis, Terry
Series Graphic Revolve: Common Core Editions
Category Graphic / Comic Strip
Number of Pages 69
Dimensions Width: 155mm
Height: 229mm
Spine: 10mm
Weight 295g
Interest Age Children
Reading Age Children
Library of Congress Science fiction, Inventors, Time travel, Graphic novels, Wells, H. G
NBS Text Children's Comic Strip Fiction & Graphic Novels
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 741.5
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

A scientist invents a machine that carries him into the future. While there, he discovers a race of gentle humans. He also meets some evil creatures. Even worse, his Time Machine is trapped deep inside their secret caverns. These reader-favorite tiles are now updated for enhanced Common Core State Standards support, including discussion and writing prompts developed by a Common Core expert, an expanded introduction, bolded glossary words and dynamic new covers.

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Author's Bio

Herbert George Wells was born on September 21, 1866, in England. At age 7, he suffered a broken leg. While resting his injury, Wells started reading books. As he grew older, he continued to enjoy reading and school. At 14, young Wells quit school to help his struggling family. Fortunately, he received a scholarship in 1883 and began studying science at a school in London. Soon after, Wells started writing. Some of his works, like The War of the Worlds, combine his love for storytelling and science.

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