This nonfiction book for beginning readers explains the methods engineers use to prevent tall structures from failing using kid-friendly examples and diagrams.
Look up! Structures stretch high into the sky. But what happens during strong winds or earthquakes? In My Engineering Library: Design and Build It Higher, you'll learn about the methods engineers use to prevent tall structures from failing.
The My Engineering Library series provides an introduction to a variety of engineering and design topics for beginning readers based on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). From learning about how engineers design rockets to how they build structures underwater, these informative books present complicated information in easy-to-understand language with kid-friendly examples and diagrams. Each book includes a photo glossary, an engineering design activity, and an after reading activity to support further comprehension.