Our Books are Perfect for Ages 4+
Meet Brooke, Noah, and Graham as they discover inventions of the past and learn how to use their imaginations to create inventions of their own!
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Check out the NEW Young Inventor’s Journal!
Join Brooke, Noah, and baby Graham for the newest entry in the If Not You, Then Who?® series, the Young Inventor’s Journal! Through a series of fun puzzles and games, kids will learn how to think like an inventor, and they’ll even get a chance to develop some of their own ideas. A must-have for any young inventor!
Looking for ways to inspire creativity in your kids?
We are on a mission to help kids invent the future! The Young Inventors Club celebrates inventors and their extraordinary achievements – and starts your child on a journey of fun, adventure, and creativity. As a club member, you will help your child learn about patents, inventors, past inventions, and how to come up with inventions of their own.
"A wonderful book for children and adults!"
"Great book for 8 year olds to pre-teen"
“This book was very well Witten and it was genius in showing 8 year olds and up all that they can be. Great book for the classroom. I would recommend this book to parents with toddlers young children and even older children to show that they also can be great creators and inventions. Acknowledging many of the great female inventors was wonderful. I can hardly wait for volume#2.”
"Sparking Curiosity At An Early Age"
“This lovely story poses some great questions to spark a young inventor. I really like the focus on every day stuff and how it encourages young ones to think about what problems they might solve or opportunities to make things easier. Nicely done!”
"Outstanding Children's Science Book!"
“Recently purchased three copies for three little inventors that I know. I read it first from cover to cover and just loved it! I found it to be an outstanding children’s science book that teaches and inspires them to think, use their imagination and learn to be creative to come up with ideas of their own.”