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Inner Workings

The Extraordinary Insides of Ordinary Things

Peter Hinckley Olga Zakharova

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Bushel & Peck Books
15 July 2021

Age range 9 to 12 A one-of-a-kind STEM book for curious young minds!

What would you find if you cut a pocket watch, fireworks, a golf ball, a beehive, or even a merry-go-round in half? Something extraordinary, of course! In Inner Workings: The Extraordinary Insides of Ordinary Things, curious minds will get an inside look - literally - at the remarkable structures and mechanisms inside everyday objects with bold, cross-section illustrations of toilets, ice cream machines, Rubiks cubes, calculators, pool tables, bowling alleys, food, vending machines, and so much more!

This is the perfect book for young budding inventors, engineers, and scientists.

 

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By:   Peter Hinckley
Illustrated by:   Olga Zakharova
Imprint:   Bushel & Peck Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 229mm, 
ISBN:   9781952239304
ISBN 10:   1952239303
Pages:   48
Publication Date:   15 July 2021
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Peter Hinckley is the author of numerous books for kids and families. He lives in California with his wife and their family. Olga Zakharova (a.k.a., FaveteArt) is a self-taught illustrator and letterer with two bachelor's degrees that have nothing to do with art. Olga was born in Moscow, Russia, but moved to Latvia to find some peace and quiet. She now lives in an eco-village in the forest with her husband. Surrounded by nature on a daily basis, she finds inspiration in organic shapes and the perfect imperfections of the world. Her style is a mix of playful forms and cute characters drawn by hand and then digitized. When she is not working on illustrations, she can be found sleeping or being a doorwoman for her cats.

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