How Do Bridges Work?

Text & Illustrations by Roman Belyaev

Lighthouses, bridges, windmills – such constructions are rarely in focus, but this series will make things different. Seemingly trivial buildings turn out to be real objects of art and engineering masterpieces!

Roman Belyaev collected many wonderful facts and made stylish illustrations to invite readers of all ages to take a special tour around the world. How does a bridge work? Why do we need bridges? How were they built in old times and how is it done today? What are the incredible record-breaking bridges? What are the most ancient, famous, and beautiful? What are the longest, highest, and widest ones?

English, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Italian

  • Combination of science, culture, history, and adventures.
  • Interesting facts about ancient and intriguing constructions: lighthouses, bridges, windmills.
  • It’s the quickest trip all over the world to see the best works by the best engineers and architects from different epochs and cultures.
  • Encourages interest in STEAM

Non-fiction, Series
Age: 6+
Pages: 64
Size: 220*297 mm
Published in 2020 by Samokat

Other titles in this series are HOW DOES A LIGHTHOUSE WORK? and HOW DOES A WINDMILL WORK?
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