A list of thought-provoking picture books curated by Beth Anderson to inspire experimentation, tinkering, and creating. Curated by author Beth Anderson.
Browsing: Engineering Books
Who Gives a Poop? pulls readers along on a journey deep into the sorts of scientific discovery they don’t teach you in schools.
HOW TO BUILD A HUG, by Amy Guglielmo and Jacqueline Tourville, is a touching tribute to Temple Grandin and those who struggle with certain aspects of autism.
Ellie has a lot of great ideas – but one of her best might be joining the Miss Peachy Keen Pageant with her best friend Kit.
Ethan’s Moon Tower is an engrossing novel that would appeal to engineer, inventor, and astronomer types, as well as readers who enjoy rich settings and danger that comes in the form of wild dust storms and feuding neighbors.
The books in this series are excellent primary resources and would be worthwhile additions to not only the personal library for future scientists but for classroom libraries as well.
Sunshine Elementary is a refreshingly positive and progressive chapter book series that focuses on kindness, social skills, emotional intelligence, inclusivity, and engineering.
The DK Smithsonian Timelines of Everything presents information in the form of a chronologically ordered set of time-lines, ranging from the events of pre-history through to the modern world, and drawn from cultures all over the world.
Explore the world of engineering and technology with these exciting books that bring STEM to life right in your home.
A Green Place to Be tells the story of how space was made in one of America’s busiest urban centers for nature, contemplation, peace, and solitude.