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How to Be an Engineer

Carol Vorderman

How to Be an Engineer


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Average rating

4 out 5

13 reviews



Actually very good!

Professor Aspidistra Sherbet 24.08.2023


I liked it because there are things you can make and experiments to try which help you learn

Marshal Blueberry Sausage-Roll 01.08.2023


I liked it because how interesting everything was and how simple it was to follow which made everything easier to understand!! It showed many different activities and experiments like making a hug ebuilding with itfalling over while using mud bricks!! I rate this book 3/5 !!!!

Anonymous 30.07.2022


I like this book because it has lots of experiments to try and I am interesting in building things

Esquire Dragon Vegas 09.01.2022


I want to be a car engineer I want to make a car. There are lots of fun activities in the book

Sergeant Rip Volcano 26.08.2021


There's a lot to get into my little head

Dame Magnolia Bungalow 30.07.2021


I like this book because it helps me with my maths knowledge. I think it's interesting because I like to learn how to build things. I would recommend this book to my family and friends.

Senor Bart Taramasalata 21.12.2020


Non fiction. My daddy is an engineer and we can like to fix and design things together. So we looked at this book together.

Doctor Quicksand Mildew 05.09.2020


Fun projects to do. Very interesting

Anonymous 02.09.2020


What is energy is interesting for me. I would recommend this book to my friends.

Sir Gator Ridiculous 31.08.2020


I liked this book because, you can make crafts using the instructions

Anonymous 08.08.2020


Cool ideas!

Coach Crocodile Starlight 08.09.2019


It was awesome and I like all the experiments!

Anonymous 07.08.2018

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