Cars by Ian Graham
(Mighty Machines)

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The Mighty Machines series. Mighty machines in full color for the kids who love them.

In the Mighty Machines series, vivid color photographs of machines at work jump off the page. Large type describes the machines, their parts and their uses. Glossaries explain essential terms, and suggested activities add to the fun. The big format and vibrant designs make the books perfect for kids to read alone or share with a friend.

With their lively designs and topics that are always a favorite with kids, these books offer popular subject matter and excellent value.

Cars are everywhere and we use them everyday. With their bright colors, variety of shapes and revving sounds, they are a perennial favorite of children. Cars featured in this book include:

Everyday cars, including hybrids and mini cars
Sports cars, including convertibles
Custom-built super cars
Race cars
Off-road vehicles
Luxury cars, with a description of the president's car


About Ian Graham

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Ian Graham is a science and technology expert. He has written more than 200 books on subjects ranging from space exploration, aircraft and military technology to astronomy, transport and forensic science.
Published January 28, 2010 by Firefly Books. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Gr 5–7—With a focus on STEM, these volumes survey their subject areas in dry but carefully structured ways, following common industrial products from initial designs to eventual disposals. For example, Clothes explains how garments develop from designs to

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