Andrew Learns about Engineers

By Tiffany Obeng, Ira Baykovska (illustrator),

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1 author picked Andrew Learns about Engineers as one of their favorite books. Why do they recommend it?

Andrew Learns about Engineers is a captivating STEM children's book that sparks curiosity in young minds. Through Andrew's imaginative journey, kids discover the importance of engineers in shaping our world.

This easy-to-read book features diverse images of engineering pioneers like Garrett Morgan and Katherine Johnson, fostering inclusivity. It's an ideal resource for introducing kids to the profession and celebrating engineers' contributions. With phonetic assistance and a reader glossary, it's accessible to early readers.

The book's free learning activities and supplemental lesson plan make it a valuable addition to classrooms. Andrew Learns about Engineers is a must-have to inspire children's interest…

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