How does an Engineer use Science? Front Cover

How Does an ENGINEER Use Science?

Engineers are clever problem solvers who invent and build machines and other objects. To do their jobs they use LOTS of science. In this title for early readers, the Little Scientists meet engineers who use scientific equipment to invent machines that help us in our everyday lives, build spacecraft and even develop and build high-tech artificial limbs for children. This colourful, quirky and delightful first look at the work of an engineer will help young readers develop a love of reading and of science.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-78856-427-4
  • Age Group: 4 years plus
  • Series: Little Scientists BIG Questions
  • Author: Ruth Owen
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 24
  • Dimensions: 210 x 210 mm
  • Curriculum Links: Early years foundation stage, Non-fiction reading, Science, STEM
Key Selling Features
• Age-appropriate descriptions • Cute kid characters help explain BIG science ideas • Gorgeous photos • Fun illustrations and diagrams
Series Information
Series Name: Little Scientists BIG Questions  Resources
Curious kids may ask up to 100 questions each day! For grown-ups that may not always be easy, but here at Ruby Tuesday we're celebrating those enquiring minds with this series. Each book explores one of science's big questions and gives young readers a child-friendly explanation packed with Key Stage 1 science and facts about the natural world. The books are also great for curious grown-ups – so you never have to stop discovering!