Electricity For Beginners

Trevor Wrightson

This book was written for high school students, electrical apprentices and anyone interested in electrical theory. Diagrams throughout the book provide a very simple understanding of how electricity works.
This book has all the answers for you.

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Growing Up in Berrima: Book 1

Trevor Wrightson

This book is about the life of young boy born in 1934 during the Great Depression, in the small town of Berrima, located in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. He was six years old when the Second World War commenced. It depicts the frightening effect it had on his life and how life changed during the war. It continues with many interesting, life-changing events occurring during his life as a teenager and his development into a young man.

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A New Life: Book 2

Trevor Wrightson

This book shares the story of Trvor Wrightson’s ambitions, achievements, promotions, and the many events that happened during his life, including his experience teaching electrical apprentices, high school students, and electricians.

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Australia Through The Eyes Of An Eighty-Five Year Old Man

Trevor Wrightson

James Cook’s discovery of Australia changed the course of history.
In this book, the author highlights the explorer’s early life and the early settlement of the country.
He also reveals how the land became a rich country with people who enjoy a high standard of living. Find out how Australians formed a government and how the cattle industry and natural resources such as coal, iron ore, uranium, aluminum, oxide, lithium, and gold have helped them advance.
You’ll also learn about the toll the Great Depression had on Australia, leading to a thirty percent unemployment rate. When World War II commenced in 1939, thousands of young men and women joined the army so they could have a job, thinking it would be all over in a couple of months.
The book also highlights more recent challenges, such as the refugee crisis and the coronavirus pandemic, which swept through Australia when passengers on a tourist ship were allowed to disembark.

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