Spin the wheel, lift flaps, and push sliders in this colorful and shiny board book designed to introduce engineering to very young readers with simple text and bold artwork. For fans of Quantum Physics for Babies and other board books in the Baby University series.
Calling all engineers! Ever wonder, How do you build a bridge? Or What makes an airplane fly? Then you’ve thought like an engineer! This colorful novelty board book with simple text and bold, fun artwork is designed to introduce scientific concepts to the youngest of explorers. Fun novelty elements—such as lift-the-flaps, a spinning wheel, glitter, foil, gatefolds, and more—combine to create an interactive and educational experience.
About the Author
Allison Wortche is an author and freelance children's book editor. She lives in New York with her family. allisonwortche.com @allisonwortche
Steve Mack is afreelance illustrative creative specialist. His first lessons in art were taught to him by watching his grandfather do paint-by-numbers at their summer cottage. He currently works in designing baby toys and play mats, children's publishing, animated shorts for television and online, and spent a year in Ohio working directly with American Greetings illustrating greeting cards.