This engineer dreams of designs and starts building a Bearbot to help him at work. Early versions fail – often spectacularly! However, Engibear keeps trying. Follow him as his designs improve and the amazing Bearbot takes shape.
The children at Munnagong Flats Public School decide on a dinosaur design for their new bridge. It’s a big job, so Engilina, the city’s Chief Engineer, asks her friends Engibear and Bearbot for some help. Follow the team as they work through the year to create a roar-inspiring attraction.
Thanks to Andrew King, the generous author of Engibear, we have two Engibear book packs to give away. Each book pack contains a copy of both Engibear's Dream and Engibear's Bridge and is valued at $49.90.
To win, tell us in 25 words or less, which occupation you would like to see featured in a picture book, and why.
Type ‘Engibear’ into the subject line and email your answer to susanATkids-bookreviewDOTcom. The most creative answers, as judged by KBR, will win. Be sure to include your full name and address — entries without will be ineligible. Please provide a street address, as prizes cannot be delivered to PO Boxes.
Competition runs from Wednesday, 1 October 2014, 5pm to Wednesday, 8 October 2014, 5pm AEST, and the comp is open to residents of Australia, over the age of 18 (mum and dad can enter on behalf of kids). This is a game of skill, not chance. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Prizes cannot be delivered to PO Boxes. To be considered valid, entries must include a name and street address. Privacy statement: Winners' contact details are forwarded to the relevant publisher. Other contact details are not shared. All contact details are permanently deleted at competition end.