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How to Build a Home

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Get designing and building with architect and TV presenter GEORGE CLARKE. From marvellous materials to future tech – discover the stories behind our homes.

Our EXPERTS are famous for their incredible know-how and passion for their subjects, and now they have made it their mission to share that knowledge with you in LITTLE EXPERTS: the inspirational non-fiction series for six- to nine-year-olds.

This fantastic non-fiction journey has colourful, playful artwork throughout by Robert Sae-Heng.

Little Experts is an unmissable series that will empower and inspire a new generation of experts.

Our Review Panel says...

In the world of children’s non-fiction, it’s a rare delight to stumble upon a book that not only educates but also inspires and entertains. “Little Experts: How to Build a Home,” authored by renowned architect and television presenter George Clarke, with vibrant illustrations by Robert Sae-Heng, is one such gem that promises to engage young minds in the fascinating world of architecture and home construction.

Clarke’s narrative is comprehensive and captivating, from the materials that make up the walls around us to the cutting-edge technology that shapes modern living spaces. This book demystifies designing and building homes through colourful, playful artwork by Robert Sae-Heng, which illustrates concepts in a way that is understandable and appealing to children. The illustrations serve as a visual feast that complements Clarke’s words, making the complex world of architecture accessible to young readers.

This book is an invaluable resource for educators and professionals in children’s education. It offers a unique opportunity to introduce students to STEM concepts through the lens of architecture and home design. The book encourages critical thinking and creativity, urging children to consider not just the how of things but also the why. It’s a springboard for discussions on sustainability, technology, and the environment, increasingly essential topics in today’s educational landscape. For teachers looking to ignite a spark of curiosity and a love for learning, this book is an unmissable addition to their educational toolkit. It stands as a testament to the power of knowledge and the importance of sharing that knowledge with the next generation of little experts.

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