I’m looking for a book about… inventors and inventions

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Welcome to “I’m looking for a book about….”, the topic-themed monthly carnival of children’s literature.

Every month I encourage anyone who likes to review books for children (of any age) to leave links to their reviews of books that match the given month’s theme. The idea is that over time, this carnival will become a resource for parents, teachers, carers, librarians looking for books by subject.

Old reviews, new reviews, and reviews for any age are welcome. You may also submit multiple reviews, as long as they are all relevant to this month’s theme.

This month’s theme is…

**Inventors and Inventions*

If you’ve a review of a book for children about gardening, whether that be a nonfiction book, a picturebook or a collection of poetry, please share it by clicking on the blue button below (“Add you link”) or by leaving your suggesting in the comments to this post.

7 Responses

  1. A book I often use is Now & Ben (The modern inventions of Benjamin Franklin) by Gene Barretta. It is suitable for grades 2 – 5.

  2. Thanks for the tip Sarah, it’s not a book I know.
    Zoe recently posted..I’m looking for a book about… inventors and inventions

  3. Hi Zoe,

    Here is a graphic novel for kids that we enjoyed at home regarding a group of inventor-kids.

    Sathish recently posted..Books, Books and more Books !

  4. Zoe,

    Here are a few other books on inventors that was reviewed long back in ST

    Sathish recently posted..Books, Books and more Books !

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  6. Our all time favourite picture book inventor is Wendell in Wendell’s Workshop by Chris Riddell. I’ve linked up some books apps (and activity apps too)above – if I remember rightly are you a Pettson & Findus fan Zoe? If so, I have a treat for you!
    Helen recently posted..I’m looking for an app about… inventions

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