Posts about Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering

Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

Christmas in the Bay

I’m at the Christmas in the Bay Craft Sale today, chatting science and signing books. If you’ve got a child, a teacher, or a librarian on your gift list, come on down! Estabrooks Community Hall 4408 St. Margaret’s Bay Road, ... Read More  

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Mad MacGyver Monday

Fellow children of the 80s, do you remember MacGyver? For anyone who doesn’t, MacGyver was about a scientist who routinely saved the world by (for example), diffusing bombs with nothing but some duct tape and a peanut M&M. I ... Read More  

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Book News and Serious Fangirling

Big news today! 1) Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering is now available for purchase! Because it’s intended for the educational market, your local independent may not have it in stock, but you can order through Amazon and the publisher. 2) Another ... Read More  

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Random Acts of Irony: I Have the World’s Worst Timing

So my soon-to-be-released book, Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering, features three major projects: the Panama Canal, the Burj Dubai, and Confederation Bridge, an 11-km span linking New Brunswick and PEI over the Northumberland Strait. I first visited PEI in ... Read More  

Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering by L.E. Carmichael - Front Cover

Amazing Feats of Civil Engineering – Cover Reveal!

  Isn’t it pretty? I love the details of the sketches on the background. Although I do admit to being slightly perplexed at the choice of cover image, because that’s not the bridge that’s actually in the book, this one ... Read More