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How Do Bridges Work? - 
      Roman Belyaev
    
      Roman Belyaev
    
      Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp

How Do Bridges Work?

; Roman Belyaev (Illustratør) ; Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp (Oversetter)

Why were bridges invented? What did the first bridges look like? How do they stay up and why are there so many different designs? From architecture to engineering (and other STEM subjects!), scale new heights on an enchanting journey with the school children in this book to discover answers to these questions along with other fascinating facts about bridges and how they work. Les mer
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Why were bridges invented? What did the first bridges look like? How do they stay up and why are there so many different designs? From architecture to engineering (and other STEM subjects!), scale new heights on an enchanting journey with the school children in this book to discover answers to these questions along with other fascinating facts about bridges and how they work. Written and illustrated by Kate Greenaway Medal nominee and STEAM Children’s Book prize winner, Roman Belyaev.
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Forlag: b small publishing limited
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781911509899
Format: 30 x 22 cm
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Roman is an author and illustrator from Moscow, Russia. His book, How Does a Lighthouse Work?, has been published in English by b small publishing and nominated for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2019. Roman is an author and illustrator from Moscow, Russia. His book, How Does a Lighthouse Work?, has been published in English by b small publishing and nominated for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2019. Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp is a British literary translator working from German, Russian and Arabic into English. She graduated from Oxford University and completed an MA in Translation and Interpreting at Bath University. She most of all loves translating fiction, nonfiction (particularly history, travel and nature) and children's books.