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Invention is a big part of daily life and anyone can be an inventor. This book breaks the invention process down into eight easy-to-follow steps and offers tips and examples for every stage. With a particular focus on inventing toys and puzzles, How to Invent shows aspiring inventors how and why the Rubik's Cube was invented and the problems Erno Rubik encountered along the way. There are also case studies of inspirational young inventors, such as gymnast George Nissen, who invented the trampoline at the age of 16.
Lynn Huggins-Cooper has published over 100 books for children including picture books, educational and non-fiction titles. She has written multiple revision guides and workbooks on maths, science and technology, including the popular Letts Magical Skills books. She lives in London.