Marvelous Machines

Take a look inside some of the world’s most incredible machines and inventions!

Have you ever wondered what’s going on inside some of the world’s most incredible machines and inventions?

Here’s a sneak peak inside a whole world of Marvelous Machines!

Using the see-through magic lens, you can learn about mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering by exploring the inner workings of machines.

In your kitchen or bedroom, beneath city streets or far up in space, machines are at work day and night making, moving, building and even thinking for us. In this eye-catching book, you can explore the hidden inner workings of machines and inventions: from everyday objects like toasters and bicycles, to cutting-edge technologies such as pill-sized medical robots and super-fast maglev trains. The see-through magic lens will reveal how all these machines work, showing all the elements hidden within them from wires and pipes, to magnetic and gravitational forces.

The ideal gift book for budding scientists and engineers aged 7+

Author: Jane Wilsher

Illustrator: Andrés Lozano

  • Language: : English
  • Hardcover : 48 pages
  • ISBN : 978-1912920204
  • Reading age : 7 – 11 years
  • Grade level : 1 – 4
  • Item Weight : 1 pounds
  • Dimensions : 10.1 x 0.6 x 10.1 inches


Danielle Ballantyne, Foreword Reviews

“The book’s accessible language enables children to understand the inner workings of everyday objects. ‘Find it’ sections add a scavenger hunt element, and children will love poring over the pages with their trusty red lens in search of secrets.”

Luminous Libro

“The coolest thing about this book is the red lens that is included in the cover. You can remove the lens with its handle and use it to reveal hidden words and illustrations on each page. This lens allows you to see inside the machines, and discover how all the parts work together. I like that the lens has a little compartment in the cover where you can safely store it away. I loved the clever illustrations in this book!”

Kirkus Reviews

"Just the ticket for mechanically curious kids."

Kirkus Reviews

"A detachable acetate eyepiece lets budding engineers peek into buildings, the inner workings of vehicles from bicycles to submarines, and even a human torso."

Clare Dombrowski, Youth Services Review

“Kids enamored with how things work will love this book and others who like interactive books might learn something. It could amaze and entertain a preschooler, but has enough information and detail to engage an elementary school student.”

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