by Michael Michalko Year Published: 2006
Creative thinking techniques to help with problem solving.
by By Joann Deak & illustrated by Sarah Ackerly Year Published:
You can stretch or grow your brain. Making mistakes is one of the best ways to help your brain grow. Just like lifting weights to make your muscles stronger, you need to exercise your brain to make it strong too.
by Andrea Beaty and Illustrated by David Roberts Year Published:
Rosie is an inventor who dreams of becoming a great engineer. The tough part is to not get bogged down in the "failures" that happen along the way. Failure is part of the process, but not the expected outcome. A great read.
by Karen Wilkinson and Mike Petrich Year Published:
Brought to you by the Exploritorium in San Francisco. This book is FULL of terrific Maker Space projects. See the creative process and products of 150 tinkerers.
by Ashley Spires Year Published:
How to deal with the frustration when your vision doesn't match the project outcome. Again and again and again. A sweet and funny story about a girl and her dog who persevere despite obstacles.
by Paul Reynolds Year Published:
Celebrates finding creative solutions to engineering challenges and that often two heads are better than one.
by Wendy L. Ostroff Year Published:
Fostering creativity in your classroom.
by George Couros Year Published:
Written for teachers and administrator's. How to foster innovation and creativity in your classroom and school. Practical tips. Philosophical overview.