Who Built That? Bridges: An Introduction to Ten Great Bridges and Their Designers
Published:October 18, 2016
Publisher:Princeton Architectural Press
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A Note**Please note: This book is intended for an older audience. It is recommended for 3rd to 5th grade.
In this latest addition to his popular Who Built That? series, Didier Cornille presents ten of the most important bridges in the world, from the Brooklyn to the Golden Gate; from the first in cast iron to the longest in concrete; from small footbridges to the tallest in the world. Cornille introduces each engineer or architect and the main concepts of their work through charming step-by-step drawings and accessible text. Who Built That? Bridges is a fun primer for children of all ages interested in learning about these incredible structures and the engineering and design concepts behind each one.
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