ABOUT THIS BOOK
Brooke Fairley is an inquisitive, creative 9-year-old with an eye for inventing. Inspired by her grandfather and their mutual delight in how inventions come to be discovered, Brooke looks for ways to improve the world around her and joyfully sets out to imagine her own.
If you like fun, informative and factual kid’s books like The Magic School Bus, then you’ll love the new STEM series If Not You, Then Who?, a recent Kindle bestseller. The books are fun to read for both adults and children and can be read on multiple levels. Younger children will relate to the main storyline, while older children will enjoy diving into the backstory of the inventions. All children will be invited to imagine their own creations. The series aims to show that no dream is too big, and no dreamer is too small to succeed.
Book 1, The Inventor in the Pink Pajamas, is a beautiful picture book that is perfect for kids 4-8 who enjoy science and making things. It has enjoyed Amazon best-seller status in these categories:
- Children’s Girls and Women
- Children’s Inventor
- Children’s How Things Work
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
- Hardcover with a dust jacket
- 55 full-color pages with hand-drawn illustrations
- Features 18 household inventions and the backstory on how they came to be