The Way Things Work: An Excellent Gift for Curious Minds
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The Way Things Work: An Excellent Gift for Curious Minds

This book is an excellent gift for anyone curious about how things work. It has great explanations and illustrations, making it perfect for kids and adults. It covers a wide range of topics, providing a general understanding of mechanical principles. The book is highly recommended for science classes and for those interested in engineering.

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  • Science Educators
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Illustrators
  • Authors of Children's Science Books
  • Gift Shop Owners

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Custom Date - Apr 20, 2024
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  • Wonderful

    Fascinating! It’s fun to just flip pages and read write up of what catches my interest.

    • Positive
    • Illustrations
    Oct 01, 2023
  • Great book

    Interesting book for a smart 9 year old. Being read with Dad, in case some things are a little more difficult.

    • Positive
    • Children's Book
    Sep 16, 2023
  • Amazon is the worst

    Bought this only for it to say "not compatible with iPad" yet Amazon won't refund it? Crazy.

    • Negative
    • Technology
    Jul 06, 2022
  • Excellent book!

    This is an excellent book for anyone curious or who wants to get a deeper knowledge about how things work. This will make a great gift.

    • Positive
    • Gift
    Apr 20, 2022
  • Perfect for dessert!

    These are on the small side but who needs a big dessert anyway?

    • Positive
    • Illustrations
    Mar 09, 2022
  • Great introduction to engineering for kids

    I had the way things work and I loved it when I was a kid. Happy to pass this updated version on to my kids and nieces, great stuff!

    • Positive
    • Children's Book
    Feb 10, 2022
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