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This Month’s Featured Read

The Things We Make

By Bill Hammack

Uncover the fascinating secrets behind the everyday objects that shape our world, as this remarkable book takes you on a journey through the hidden history of innovation

From awe-inspiring cathedrals to humble soda cans, this meticulously researched narrative unravels the stories behind our most iconic inventions. Unveiling the remarkable individuals and extraordinary events that paved the way for progress, author Bill Hammack (aka The Engineer Guy) brings to life the unsung heroes and overlooked triumphs that have transformed our lives.

Packed with captivating anecdotes and engaging storytelling, The Things We Make transcends the boundaries of traditional history books. Seamlessly blending science, engineering, and human ingenuity, Hammack’s insightful exploration sheds light on the brilliance behind the objects we often take for granted.

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