By Peter Lawrence
Have you ever wondered where ordinary things come from? Like the toothbrush? Or shoes? Or even the washing machine? Who first discovered these things? They say Thomas Alva Edison invented the light bulb. Did he really? It’s questionable. Did Alexander Graham Bell invent the telephone? Most certainly not! Did Henry Ford invent the first car? Hah! The stories in this book set the record straight by revealing that many of the everyday things we enjoy today were invented back in prehistoric times! In fact, a lot of discoveries trace their way back to Twig and Thud, two individuals who were–and still are–responsible for “Fabulous Firsts.”
The book can be found here.