The books in this series encourage boys and girls from all backgrounds to take an interest in the STEM subjects. Little learners can discover more about science, technology, engineering and maths at home by reading the simple explanations and doing the beautifully illustrated activities on each page. From marvellous mazes, spot the difference and drawing puzzles to mental challenges, pattern identifying and testing quizzes, the activities in this book introduce children to the science behind the world around them and might even, one day, inspire them to contribute an invention of their own. In this particular title, little engineers will love the mix of non-fiction and activities in this educational book full of BIG ideas. Fun games and puzzles teach boys and girls about structures that use science and technology to improve our lives. Engineering is what brings machines to life. Start a lifelong passion for STEM subjects.
This is Book 8 in the STEM Starters for Kids Series. See all STEM Starters for Kids books here.
Jenny Jacoby writes, edits and manages projects - from non-fiction books for television personalities; content for children's brands; copy for major arts organisations through to an afterword for the children's laureate, and news and commentary pieces for academic journals. Vicky Barker is an illustrator whose books include 'That's Not My. . . Sticker Book Z...More about Jenny Jacoby
Vicky is a designer, illustrator and art director based in Cheshire with the frequent escape to Los Angeles. She has worked in children's publishing for over 10 years beginning her journey at Usborne Publishing where she worked on MANY yummy (and some award winning) books for the...More about Vicky Barker