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10 books about engineering
Pick up one of these featured titles on engineering in March 2021.
The Way Things Work Now by David Macaulay
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Mechanical Engineering for Makers: A Hands-on Guide to Designing and Making Physical Things by Brian Bunnell
Publisher: Make Community, LLC
Awesome Science Experiments for Kids: 100+ Fun STEM / STEAM Projects and Why They Work (Awesome STEAM Activities for Kids) by Crystal Chatterton
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Bridges: A History of the World's Most Spectacular Spans by Judith Dupré
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal
The Science of Supercars: The Technology that Powers the Greatest Cars in the World by Martin Roach
Publisher: Firefly Books
How Things Work: Discover Secrets and Science Behind Bounce Houses, Hovercraft, Robotics, and Everything in Between (National Geographic Kids) by T.J. Resler
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Knife Engineering: Steel, Heat Treating, and Geometry by Dr. Larrin Thomas
Publisher: Independently published
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Existential Pleasures 2Ed P (Thomas Dunne Book) by Samuel Florman
Not Necessarily Rocket Science: A Beginner's Guide to Life in the Space Age (Women in science, Aerospace industry, Mars) by Kellie Gerardi
Curious Constructions: A Peculiar Portfolio of Fifty Fascinating Structures (Construction Books for Kids, Picture Books about Building, Creativity Books) (Uncommon Compendiums) by Michael Hearst
Publisher: Chronicle Books
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