A young aspiring engineer must first conquer her fear of failure. - (Baker & Taylor)

Hiding her prowess as a talented inventor by day, at night Rosie resolves to complete her great-great-aunt Rose's (aka Rosie the Riveter) unfinished flying contraption and is temporarily discouraged when the invention hovers instead of flies, a seeming failure that Aunt Rose encourages her to recognize as an amazing success. By the author of <IT>Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies<RO>. - (Baker & Taylor)

<div><B><I>New York Times </I>Bestseller</B><BR><BR> Rosie may seem quiet during the day, but at night she&rsquo;s a brilliant inventor of gizmos and gadgets who dreams of becoming a great engineer. When her great-great-aunt Rose (Rosie the Riveter) comes for a visit and mentions her one unfinished goal&mdash;to fly&mdash;Rosie sets to work building a contraption to make her aunt&rsquo;s dream come true. But when her contraption doesn&rsquo;t fly but rather hovers for a moment and then crashes, Rosie deems the invention a failure. On the contrary, Aunt Rose insists that Rosie&rsquo;s contraption was a raging success: you can only truly fail, she explains, if you quit.<BR><BR> From the powerhouse author-illustrator team of <I>Iggy Peck, Architect </I>comes <I>Rosie Revere, Engineer</I>, another charming, witty picture book about believing in yourself and pursuing your passion. <I>Ada Twist, Scientist</I>, the companion picture book featuring the next kid from Iggy Peck&#39;s class, is available in September 2016.<BR><BR><B><U>Praise for <I>Rosie Revere, Engineer</I></U></B></div><div>&quot;Comically detailed mixed-media illustrations that keep the mood light and emphasize Rosie&rsquo;s creativity at every turn.&quot;</div><div>&mdash;<I>Publishers Weekly</I><BR><BR> &quot;The detritus of Rosie&rsquo;s collections is fascinating, from broken dolls and stuffed animals to nails, tools, pencils, old lamps and possibly an erector set. And cheddar-cheese spray.&quot;<BR> &mdash;<I>Kirkus Reviews</I><BR><BR> &quot;This celebration of creativity and perseverance is told through rhyming text, which gives momentum and steady pacing to a story, consistent with the celebration of its heroine, Rosie. She&rsquo;s an imaginative thinker who hides her light under a bushel (well, really, the bed) after being laughed at for one of her inventions.&quot;<BR> &mdash;<I>Booklist</I><BR><BR><B><U>Award</U></B><BR> 2013 Parents&#39; Choice Award - GOLD<BR> 2014 Amelia Bloomer Project List<BR> ReadBoston&#39;s Best Read Aloud Book<BR> &#160;</div> - (Harry N. Abrams, Inc.)