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Baby's First Chemical Engineering Book
Materials: cotton fabric, thread, batting, food grade plastic
The pages depict mass/energy balance, transplant phenomena formulae, unit operations, examples of reactors, a process plant, and a small sample of products made possible by chemical engineering.
This book will teach and entertain with its bright contrasting patterns and engaging crinkle sound. The cotton fabric book measures approximately 11" X 5.5" (29.2 cm X 14.0 cm) when open. There are 6 printed pages not including the cover. "By Verdant Violet" is printed on the back in small type.
I drew the images digitally and had the fabric professionally printed using a method that wastes very little fabric, ink, water or electricity, using eco-friendly, water-based inks and no additional chemicals. The fabric has been pre-washed with a mild detergent.
In addition to batting for thickness, a clean, safe, post-consumer food-grade plastic is sewn inside every page to create the wonderful crinkly sound that babies and even some adults love!
Your book will have the same design as the book pictured, with slight variation due to the handmade nature. The book is made by hand in a smoke-free environment. Babies should always be supervised in play. Spot clean with a damp cloth, and air dry.
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610 reviews5 out of 5 stars
Bought it for my roommate who is a Chemical Engineer. The quality is really good and was exactly as shown on the pictures. It really is a baby toy, even ruffles like one!
My husband LOVES this. He couldn’t stop giggling as he read it. Said it brought him back to college. AND he said it’s the “most accurate” thing I’ve ever bought him (I rolled my eyes real hard, but it’s quite the compliment to the seller)
Absolutely adorable! I read some of the other reviewers saying it was pricey or expensive?? It’s not pricey or expensive. You’re paying for a handmade item. You’re paying for a specialized item. You’re supporting a small business. You’re paying for this persons time. Making things by hand is EXTREMELY time consuming. It’s also time away from her job, friends and family. This whole shopping for inexpensive goods really hurts all of the artists and creators. I’m sure this person does it so your children can have a specialized - one of a kind item, that you can’t find at Walmart for 5 dollars.
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