If Not You Then Who? Book 4: We’re Going Green!

The Inventor’s Fair is finally here and this year’s theme is Going Green! Noah has been tinkering for weeks but he’s worried…Can one invention make a difference? Join Noah and the rest of the Young Inventor’s Club to learn about the different ways we can all go green and make the world a better place.

From solar energy to water conservation, the children of the Young Inventors Club explore the bright future of conscious environmental practices, and how every family can participate. Perfect for the child who is passionate about contributing to solutions to one of the world’s most pressing challenges.

If you like fun, informative, and factual kid’s books like The Magic School Bus, then you’ll love the new STEM series If Not You, Then Who?, a recent Amazon bestseller. The books are fun to read for both adults and children and can be read on multiple levels. Younger children will relate to the main storyline, while older children will enjoy diving into the backstory of the inventions. All children will be invited to imagine their own creations. The series aims to show that no dream is too big, and no dreamer is too small to succeed.Written by David and Emberli Pridham and presented by Dominion Harbor, a leading intellectual property firm, If Not You, Then Who? aims to teach children about the inventions and patents in everyday life, inspiring them to create their own. Available in both Kindle and hardcover formats. The latter is a 9.5″ x 9.5″ hardcover book with sturdy paper and vibrant illustrations. Spark your child’s curiosity and imagination now!


Meet David and Emberli Pridham

We’re Going Green! is written by Emberli and David Pridham, and part of the best-selling children’s picture book series “If Not You, Then Who?” The books are designed to help kids learn the backstory of everyday inventions and realize that anyone can be an inventor. The authors invite children to use their curiosity and imagination to solve the problems around them. After all, no dream is too big, no dreamer too small to make a difference.