The Extraordinary Insides of Ordinary Things
By Peter Hinckley, Illustrated by Olga Zakharova
Hardcover with embossing • 9781952239304 • 9" x 11" • 48 pages
A one-of-a-kind STEM book for curious young minds! What would you find if you cut a pocket watch, fireworks, a golf ball, a beehive, or even a merry-go-round in half? Something extraordinary, of course! In Inner Workings: The Extraordinary Insides of Ordinary Things, curious minds will get an inside look—literally—at the remarkable structures and mechanisms inside everyday objects with bold, cross-section illustrations of toilets, ice cream machines, Rubiks cubes, calculators, pool tables, bowling alleys, food, vending machines, and so much more! The perfect book for budding inventors, engineers, and scientists.
- 48 pages of incredible, intricate drawings
- Filled with simple, scientific explanations of how things work
- Wonderful STEM applications for units on inventions, engineering, and science
- Features everyday objects that kids can actually relate to