My House in 2055

From the Series My Life in 2055

  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 5
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

What might houses of the future look like? New materials such as bamboo concrete and green roofs could create sustainable dwellings. Meanwhile, robots might be taking care of chores inside!

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Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Science
Category 5 Kinds of Nonfiction, 5KN: Traditional Nonfiction, STEM, STEM: Technology
Copyright 2021
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Lerner Publications ™
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Publication Date 2021-01-01
Text Type Informational/Explanatory
BISACS JNF024120, JNF061010, JNF061020
Dewey 643/.10286
Dimensions 8 x 10
Lexile 850
Guided Reading Level R
Features Bibliography/further reading, Glossary, Index, Introductory note, Reviewed, Sidebars, and Table of contents

Author: Carrie Lewis

Carrie Lewis was born in England, studied Russian and theology in college, and later earned a Master's degree in English Language Teaching and Linguistics. She then worked for Ladybird Books and Pearson. After spending ten years in the publishing industry, she became a freelance writer and editor. Carrie has worked as a writer and editor for Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and many other publishers. She is married with two daughters and plays the cello in her spare time.

Illustrator: Christos Skaltsas

Christos Skaltsas is an illustrator and animator of books, movies, and digital media for the children's market. After graduating from Athens University of Graphic Design, he worked as an animator and layout artist for film and television, and he has illustrated works for Macmillan, Scholastic, McGraw-Hill, DK Publishing, and many others. He is based in Athens, Greece.



“Creates such an innovative, green, and comfortable environment that many readers will be ready to move right in.”—Booklist

School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

“A great combination of science vocabulary, environmental appreciation, and imagination.”—School Library Journal