I'm telling you: this book really believes you're an inventor! Between these pages you will learn how to design and experiment with ideas on how to improve the world around you, from your home to the entire planet. You'll unearth fabulous materials, create robot assistants, build skyscrapers (made of paper, for starters), imagine what the cars will look like in the future... And you'll find some portable pages to cut out and fold to create some of your inventions. To guide and inspire you, you'll have the histories and discoveries of many illustrious inventors - just like you!
Harriet Russell studied at the Glasgow School of Art and Central Saint Martins in London. She collaborates with publishing houses including Penguin, The Guardian, Independent on Sunday, Random House, Phaidon and many others. She lives and works in London. For Corraini she has already published Drawing in the space, Drawing in the sea, Jack and the Beanstalk, Sixty impossible things before lunch, Eleanor and the eagle, A coloring book for the lazy, You are a scientist, You are a genius of maths and Goodbye, Oil.