Beyond the Rubik Cube: How to Invent by Lynn Huggins-Cooper
  

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Beyond the Rubik Cube: How to Invent by Lynn Huggins-Cooper

Invention is a big part of daily life and anyone can be an inventor! How To Invent breaks the process down into eight easy-to-follow stages and offers tips and examples for every stage. With a particular focus on inventing toys and puzzles, discover how and why the Rubik's cube was invented and the problems Erno Rubik encountered along the way. There are also case studies of inspirational young inventors, including gymnast George Niseen who invented the trampoline at the age of 16!

About the Author

Lynne Huggins-Cooper has published over 100 books for children including picture books, educational and non-fiction titles, craft and parenting books. She also writes regularly for the TES and Prima magazine. This is her first picture-book for Frances Lincoln. Lynne lives in Newcastle upon Tyne. . IAN BENFOLD HAYWooD studied Fine Art at the Nottingham School of Art and Design and Illustration at the North Wales School of Art & Design. He has painted in Spain, worked as a community artist and been an art teacher, been marketing manager for a Japanese company and established his own business supplying components to the major audio-logical manufacturers in Europe - as well as illustrating a number of children's books. Ian lives in Chester.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Lynn Huggins-Cooper
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Publisher

QED Publishing
www.qed-publishing.co.uk/

Publication date

4th August 2014

ISBN

9781781715635


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