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The Man Who Put the World on Wheels
Henry Ford made America's most popular automobile for its time. As a businessman, he changed the face of American industry. By introducing assembly lines and paying his workers fair wages, Henry Ford changed how America worked, and how they got to work! But his greatest achievement was building a car almost everyone could own. Starting with his Model T, he really helped put the world on wheels.
Written by Linda Armstrong
Guided Reading Level: P
The Hameray Biography Series is specifically written to meet the needs of reluctant readers in grades 3-8 while matching social studies curriculum. The books are written for students reading at least two levels below their grade. The interest level is for all readers, thanks to the collection's fascinating and relevant content. Providing highly inspirational stories of courageous individuals, the series highlights the lives of people from different cultures, backgrounds and time periods.