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Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to become a vet, a computer coder, a forensic scientist, or a surgeon?
Packed with more than 50 practical exercises, this hands-on S.T.E.M activity book shows that anyone who puts their mind to it has what it takes to pursue these careers and many more!
Each career is set out with some of the fun facts and key skills involved in a real job, and then builds on those principles with an engaging building, making, or drawing project.
With the principles of inclusion and diversity at its heart, this book features girls from a wide variety of different backgrounds engaging in exciting, aspirational careers. It's a great way to broaden young girls' horizons and show them that they can dream big.
Watch your child's eyes light up as they discover the joy of S.T.E.M.!
Ideal for curious young girls aged 7+.
Anna Claybourne is an award-winning science writer, and has written many books for Usborne Publishing, A&C Black and Franklin Watts. She writes mainly non-fiction, covering topics such as science, art, wildlife and fashion, but has also published books about Shakespeare, myths and legends and retellings of literary classics. She is based in Edinburgh.
Claudia Martin has written extensively for children and young adults. She specializes in books on geography, history, technology, current affairs and the natural world. She lives in London.
Thomas Canavan has written more than 50 books for children and young adults. He specialises in science writing, but has also written books about history, maths, art, and even kids' joke books. Under his real name, Sean Connolly, he has won awards for a well-known series of humorous children's science experiments books, and has regularly toured North America to promote them. He lives in rural Wiltshire with his wife and their three children.
Katie Kear is a young British illustrator who has been creating artwork for as long as she can remember. She loves creating new worlds and characters, and hopes to spread joy and happiness with her illustrations!
Ocean Hughes is a talented children's illustrator based in the South of Wales. A graduate of Swansea College of Art, she her work has featured in children's books, magazines, stationery, and more. Her preferred materials are digital, gouache, coloured pencil, and watercolour.