ABC Engineering Book
Stock No: WW397853
ABC Engineering Book  -     By: Dr. Natoshia Anderson MEd
    Illustrated By: Katie Turner

ABC Engineering Book

Illustrated By: Katie Turner
Rockridge Press / 2020 / Paperback

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Title: ABC Engineering Book
By: Dr. Natoshia Anderson MEd
Illustrated By: Katie Turner
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 56
Vendor: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.00 X 8.00 X 0.30 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 1647397855
ISBN-13: 9781647397852
Ages: 0-3
Stock No: WW397853

Publisher's Description

Fuel a child's ABC learning through the power of S.T.E.A.M.

Give your little engineer a jump-start with this fun, inspiring way to master their ABCs. From Aqueduct to Zone, ABC Engineering Book introduces young children to basic engineering concepts with each letter of the alphabet.

This S.T.E.A.M.-themed ABC engineering book for kids features:
  • Levels of discovery—Explore a tiered learning approach that grows with your child. Focus first on letters, then on words, and then on understanding concepts.
  • Colorful images—This ABC engineering book has rich and vibrant illustrations that add to the learning and will keep your child engaged.
  • Full S.T.E.A.M. ahead—Encourage a lifelong love of learning with all the books in the S.T.E.A.M. Baby Series. Out Now: ABC Science Book. Coming Soon: ABC Arts Book, ABC Math Book, ABC Technology Book.

ABC Engineering Book makes learning the alphabet a fun, exciting adventure for any toddler.

Author Bio

DR. NATOSHIA "TOSHIA" ANDERSON is a mechanical engineer turned award-winning STEM educator, STEM leadership consultant, and dynamic in-demand STEM motivational speaker. When she’s not speaking or consulting, she’s hosting her podcast, STEMming in Stilettos, which tells the stories of minority women in STEM. She lives in Lithonia, Georgia, with her husband of 21 years and two children.

KATIE TURNER earned her BFA from Parsons School of Design in New York City and has been an illustrator for more than 10 years. She particularly loves to draw things from nature, such as bugs, flowers, and animals. Katie is also the author and illustrator of The Cat Who Got Framed and the forthcoming Vanilla Bean. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Editorial Reviews

"The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a need for 17,830 additional engineers each year for the next 10 years. Dr. Toshia's book represents a powerful opportunity for children to learn essential concepts and vocabulary at a young age. Katie Turner's illustrations provide visual images of engineering for all! ABC Engineering Book is a must-have for parents and early childhood educators." —Karen Young, CEO, Woz ED
"This delightful read for the youngest scientists will provoke children's thinking about some unusual (a kelvin), and some everyday (a seesaw) objects. Dr. Anderson's creative approach demonstrates her belief in children's enormous potential because she 'talks up' to children, not down. This book inspires children to wonder, to explore, and to learn." —Linda J. Grant, PhD, Lecturer, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education
"This book is a sensation for young readers! It will absolutely inspire the techie within to place them squarely and confidently on the STEM path. This is definitely a fun, engaging, must-read for every family. I highly recommend this book to ignite that STEM spark in young people!" —Dr. Valerie Bennett, Founder and CEO of STEM Compass, Inc.
"As a STEM Specials Teacher, I am always looking for new resources to explain complex STEAM vocabulary in a simple way. Natoshia takes her collection of experiences: her time as an engineer, middle school teacher, and college professor, and assimilates them together into one streamlined book. It's vibrant, diverse, and filled with easy-to-understand illustrations. To all of my fellow STEM teachers searching for the one book to make it all easy… Your search is over!" —Mona Brawley, STEM Specials Teacher

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