At the age of 12, young Benjamin Franklin worked at a print shop.
By 15, he had started writing in his brother's newspaper. His funny
writing and clever advice became famous all over the colonies. He
invented the lightning rod, a new kind of stove, and many other
things. When the colonies rebelled against England, Ben helped
write the Declaration of Independence and the new Constitution.
Illustrations. Accelerated Reader: Reading Level 3.3, 1 Point.
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