Synopses & Reviews
Robert Edwards Stevens, nicknamed "Qwerty," likes digging in his backyard when he's in a bad mood. He doesn't dig for anything special -- he just digs to get his mind off things. One day, when he's really angry and has a lot on his mind, he starts digging...and THUNK! He hits something, a wooden box with a famous signature:
Thomas A. Edison
Is this a phonograph created by the famous inventor himself? Or is it something even more incredible -- something that could take Qwerty right to Thomas Edison's doorstep? Get ready for one remarkable time-travel adventure!
Qwerty's first time-travel adventure is now in paperback. Qwerty and his friend Joey discover a wooden box buried in Qwerty's backyard. It turns out to be a time machine invented by Thomas Edison, providing them with a way to meet the famous inventor. Illustrations.
About the Author
Dan Gutman hated to read when he was a kid, then he grew up. Now he writes cool books like The Kid Who Ran for President, Honus & Me, The Million Dollar Shot, Race for the Sky, and The Edison Mystery: Qwerty Stevens, Back in Time