Dream Machine (Craftily Ever After #4) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Craftily Ever After series.
- #1: The Un-Friendship Bracelet (Craftily Ever After #1) (Paperback): $5.99
- #2: Making the Band (Craftily Ever After #2) (Paperback): $5.99
- #3: Tie-Dye Disaster (Craftily Ever After #3) (Paperback): $5.99
- #5: DIY Pet Shop (Craftily Ever After #5) (Paperback): $5.99
- #6: Breaking the Piggy Bank (Craftily Ever After #6) (Paperback): $5.99
- #7: Best Buds Forever (Craftily Ever After #7) (Paperback): $5.99
Bella learns that sometimes following your dreams is easier said than done in this fourth book of the Craftily Ever After chapter book series!
Emily Adams, Maddie Wilson, Bella Diaz, and Sam Sharma are eight-year-olds with one special thing in common: they love to create. They each have unique talents, too! Emily is great at constructing and building; Maddie has an eye for fashion, fabrics, and sewing; Bella is a gadget whiz; and Sam is a gifted artist. Together, these four crafty friends dream up new projects to design, build, and create and through their experiences, they’ll learn how to handle various obstacles at school and in their everyday eight-year-old lives.
Bella is a computer whiz and loves brainstorming new gadgets to make. So when she spies a flier for a citywide robotics competition, the young inventor’s wheels start spinning. She can’t wait to start building and programming! There’s just one problem: all the kids on her school’s robotics team are older. Bella must find a way to prove herself to the big kids. Now the competition is heating up—both in the craft clubhouse and at school. Will Bella find the confidence to follow her dreams and conquer the competition?
With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Craftily Ever After chapter books are perfect for emerging readers.
About the Author
Martha Maker is a dedicated crafter who is always working on a project—or several! When she’s not writing books, you can often find her at her favorite community garden with her paint set. She lives in Washington, DC, with her family, which includes two kids, two dogs, and two guinea pigs.
Xindi Yan left behind a small city in China to realize her dream of being a published artist. Having always wanted to illustrate children’s books, she buried herself in countless books and drawings, collecting them even today. Xindi currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband and dreams about having a puppy in the near future.