Engibear's Dream by Andrew King

Thu 27 June 2019

Engibear loves to work and dream. To give himself more time for both these pursuits, he decides to build a Bearbot, but his early creations fail in all sorts of spectacular ways...

Instead of getting discouraged, Engibear keeps going! 

Written by real-life engineer and Dad, Andrew King, this award-winning book is about creativity, perseverance and resilience. Engibear's world is brought to life with illustrations by Benjamin Johnston who is an architect, illustrator, Dad, and comic book fan.

BUY - Available at your favourite bookstore, or online at engibears.com 

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Read by Buzz the Bandleader from Lah-Lah's Big Live Band.

Published by Little Steps Publishing.

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