Uses engaging nonfiction text and hands-on projects to help young readers explore real-life structure and tower engineering projects, including the science behind how these buildings are planned and built.
Most of us go over bridges without giving them a second thought. But some bridges are engineering wonders and are extraordinary to behold. Extraordinary Bridges will leave you with a better understanding and a greater appreciation of these amazing structures.
Many buildings are just four walls and a roof. But some buildings are engineering wonders and are extraordinary to behold. Extraordinary Buildings will leave you with a better understanding and a greater appreciation of these amazing structures.
You can probably recognize some of the world's most famous landmarks. Go behind the scenes to investigate how and why these famous landmarks were built. Extraordinary Landmarks will leave you with a better understanding and a greater appreciation for these amazing structures.
Skyscrapers are more than just tall buildings. Put on your hard hat and go behind the scenes to investigate the world's most amazing skyscrapers. Extraordinary Skyscrapers will leave you with a better understanding and a greater appreciation of these incredible structures.
Great British Engineering looks at engineering feats that have become iconic parts of British culture and history. From the RMS Titanic to the Spitfire and the Flying Scotsman to the London Underground and many more, this book shows the very best of British engineering projects and how they were achieved.
Have you ever stared in wonder at a huge suspension bridge or a towering skyscraper? Then structural engineering might just be the career path for you! Learn the basics from a real-life expert and get some hands-on experience. The world of structural engineering is at your fingertips.
The titles in this series explore and explain how wonders of the ancient and modern worlds were built. The books describe the design stages and technologies used during construction and explain the design changes or problems builders faced along the way.