Nahla and the 3D Machine: A rhyming STEM-inspired children's story, based on true events (Hardcover)
Nahla And The 3D Machine
A STEM-inspired rhyming children's story, based on true events.
'Meet Nahla, a young girl who loved to create.
Her heart was as big as the smile on her face.
A problem-solver with a head full of questions,
cheeky ideas, fun jokes and suggestions.'
When news of a global emergency is televised, an eight-year-old Nahla quickly discovers there is a national shortage of protective equipment, which is crucial and very much needed.
Using her compassion and her grandma's 3D printer, Nahla sets out to create a solution, but as quickly as Nahla puts her grand plan into action, she is faced with a huge dilemma, stopping her in her tracks.
A heart-warming and wonderful STEM story about persistence and problem-solving, based on true events. This story, is one that will inspire young readers (both boys and girls) to follow their passion, encouraging them to be thoughtful, innovative, free-thinking and fearless in pursuit of their dreams and ideas.
About the Author:
Co-written by Nahla-Rose Bartlett-Vanderpuye, (now aged 10), alongside her parents Charlene Russell & Joseph Bartlett-Vanderpuye.
Join Nahla as she retells her real-life adventure