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What books would you recommend for teens who might like to become engineers. Not computers. But mechanical. For budding STEM careers.

Biographies of famous engineers: Brunel, James Eads, John Ericsson, Roebling, James Watt.

Electrical/electronics: Samuel FB Morris, Thomas Edison, Lee Deforest, Armstrong, David Sarnoff. TV. Transistor. Integrated circuits.

How about books about inventions that changed the world?

Any really good ones come to mind?
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