If Not You, Then Who? Volume 2: Noah's Treehouse
It's finally treehouse day! And seven-year-old Noah Fairley cannot wait to start building. But as Noah, Dad, and Grandpa get to work, they run into one problem after another. Determined to finish the treehouse in time for the meteor shower, Noah looks for inventions that will solve their problems and imagines helpful tools that he could invent.
If you like fun, informative, and factual kid's books like The Magic School Bus, then you'll love If Not You, Then Who?, a recent Amazon bestseller. The books are fun to read for both adults and children, and each story comes with free entry into The Young Inventor’s Club. Enjoy not only the main series but also the fun and interactive content of the Young Inventor’s Journal, where your child can explore their own creativity and inventiveness. The series shows that no dream is too big, and no dreamer is too small to make a difference.
Written by David and Emberli Pridham and presented by Dominion Harbor, a leading intellectual property firm, If Not You, Then Who? aims to teach children about the inventions and patents in everyday life, inspiring them to create their own.
"In their picture book The Inventor in the Pink Pajamas, David and Emberli Pridham have done a great job combining facts and storytelling. They've used Brooke's story to educate kids on the origin of everyday items, such as shoes and seat belts...The Inventor in the Pink Pajamas is a cute and educational picture book that will inspire young inventors everywhere to get creative and see how they can improve the world."
"In If Not You, Then Who, a new three-book STEM series targeted at ages 4 to 8, authors David and Emberli Pridham do a most convincing job teaching children about the inventions and patents in everyday life."
- 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches
- Premium kid-friendly materials
- Features 14 inventions and the backstory on how they came to be
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