The ‘My First Heroes’ books are a great way to engage little ones in reading, by making learning about inspirational people interactive and fun. The slides to push and wheels to turn provided lots of interest and our testers liked that the stories highlighted diverse and interesting lives. The stories and facts encouraged lots of discussion and questions, which is a great way for children to build their knowledge and communication skills. The interactive features also really helped children to feel like they were participating in the story, which is great for developing empathy and learning about identity.A novelty board book for preschoolers, introducing them to the inventors who changed the world.
Discover the inventors who changed our world in My First Heroes: Inventors!
Push, pull and slide the scenes to find out about Archimedes, Patricia Bath, George Stephenson and Hedy Lamarr, and be inspired by their incredible work.
With scenes to explore, fun facts to learn and bright, bold illustration by Nila Aye, this is the perfect introduction for inquisitive preschoolers to these amazing inventors.
The My First Heroes books have been endorsed and recommended by Dr Amanda Gummer’s Good Play Guide.
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Nila Aye graduated from Central St Martins with a sell out show in 1995, and has been a firm favourite of the London illustration scene ever since. Nila is influenced by mid century design and children’s books from this era: she describes her work as “Retro modern with a cute twist, and a touch of humour”. Nila has worked with British Airways, Paperchase and Templar. Artists and Scientists in the My First Heroes series are her first books for Campbell.