Top 10 Engineering Books

    Rosie Revere, Engineer
    6.1
    Series
    01
    Rosie Revere, Engineer
    Written by Andrea Beaty & illustrated by David Roberts
    Interstellar Cinderella
    6.0
    02
    Interstellar Cinderella
    Written by Deborah Underwood & illustrated by Meg Hunt
    Albie Newton
    5.8
    03
    Albie Newton
    Written by Josh Funk & illustrated by Ester Garay
    Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code
    5.8
    #1 in Series
    04
    Grace Hopper: Queen of Computer Code
    Written by Laurie Wallmark & illustrated by Katy Wu
    The Almost Impossible Thing
    5.6
    05
    The Almost Impossible Thing
    Written and illustrated by Basak Agaoglu
    What Do You Do with an Idea?
    5.6
    Series
    06
    What Do You Do with an Idea?
    Written by Kobi Yamada & illustrated by Mae Besom
    Gus's Garage
    5.5
    07
    Gus's Garage
    Written and illustrated by Leo Timmers
    Violet the Pilot
    5.4
    08
    Violet the Pilot
    Written and illustrated by Steve Breen
    The Tornado
    5.3
    09
    The Tornado
    Written by Jake Burt
    Mary Had a Little Lab
    5.3
    10
    Mary Had a Little Lab
    Written by Sue Fliess & illustrated by Petros Bouloubasis

With the exciting new emphasis on STEM, it's no wonder that there's been a surge of STEM books for kids to inspire the engineers of tomorrow. We've compiled a list of the best kids books about engineering, so you can dive right in! We've included a range of different books on this list, from children's books about inventors like Londer Phillips in "Papa's Mechanical Fish" to story books about engineering like "Rosie Revere Engineer." Some are books that will help train young minds to the engineering mindset like "What Do You Do With an Idea?" and "The Almost Impossible Thing". Others focus on teaching specific engineering principles such as "Aerospace Engineering for Babies." Whatever your tastes, you're sure to find some of the best STEM books of 2019 on this list, as well as years past. This list has board, picture and chapter books. Board books are best for babies and toddlers, from newborn to ages 2 or 3. Picture books are ideal for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age children. If you're looking for books for older elementary (for example engineering books for 10-year-olds) or for middle school, some picture books may still be of interest, but you're most likely looking for chapter books. You can either view the full list, or filter to a single type of book at a time! Without further ado, enjoy this engineering list!

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