A stem-inspired rhyming children's story, based on true events. Free, just come in, first-come, first-served. 'meet nahla, a young girl who loved to create. Her heart was as big as the smile on her face. A problem-solver with a head full of questions, cheeky ideas, fun jokes and suggestions.' when news of a global emergency is televised, an eight-year-old nahla quickly discovers there is a national shortage of protective equipment, which is crucial and very much needed. Using her compassion and her grandma's 3d printer, nahla sets out to create a solution, but as quickly as nahla puts her grand plan into action, she is faced with a huge dilemma, stopping her in her tracks. A heart-warming and wonderful stem story about persistence and problem-solving, based on true events. This story, is one that will inspire young readers (both boys and girls) to follow their passion, encouraging them to be thoughtful, innovative, free-thinking and fearless in pursuit of their dreams and ideas. This is your opportunity to get a signed copy of the book at £10 per copy (normally £12.99 on amazon). About the author: co-written by nahla-rose bartlett-vanderpuye, (now aged 11), alongside her parents charlene russell & joseph bartlett-vanderpuye. Alongside 3d printing ppe for the national health service during the first covid-19 lockdown in 2020, nahla-rose, aged 8, filled her days with writing. She began writing 'nahla and the 3d machine', a creative piece of writing, alongside her parents to document the extraordinary time she was experiencing and as memoir of what she did during that period. In 2022 she expressed a desire to share this written piece with anyone whom wanted to read it. Join nahla as she retells her real-life adventure!
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