The Long-Lost Secret Diary of the World’s Worst Engineers

Written by Tim Collins
Illustrated by Isobel Lundie

Age: 7-9



£7.99

This series of hilarious fictional diaries put us inside the heads of hapless figures from history in frazzling situations. Malik and Leila are two Algerian children living in 19th-century Paris who become apprentices to the famous engineer, Gustave Eiffel, helping him to construct the iconic Statue of Liberty as a gift to America. When he’s searching for his next project, Malik and Leila help to inspire Gustave to construct the Eiffel Tower – the tallest tower in the world – and then face the dangers and disasters of making their boss’ dream a reality. ‘Get Real’ fact boxes feature throughout, providing historical context and further information, as well as a timeline, historical biographies and a glossary in the end matter.

Dimensions 129 × 198 cm
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