Go-Kart Racing by Tracy Nelson Maurer
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Go-karts are small, but these little race cars are packed with a lot of speed and power. With lightning-quick speed and tight turns, go-kart races can be just as thrilling as any featuring regular race cars. Jump in and take a look at go-karts, how they work, and the races they compete in.
 

About Tracy Nelson Maurer

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Tracy Nelson Maurer has written nonfiction and fiction books for children and young adults for more than 15 years, including the award-winning picture book "Storm Codes". She holds an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Hamline University. When she's not writing, Tracy is racing to various activities with her family near Minneapolis, Minnesota. Donald Davidson was born in Tennessee in 1893. He was a critic and poet at Vanderbilt University, where he belonged to the "Fugitive" group, which was composed of defenders of Southern culture. Davidson helped to found the Fugitive magazine and his essays are included in I'll Take My Stand (1930), the famous work on southern agrarianism. Other essays by Davidson include "Still Rebels, Still Yankees." His work, The Attack on Leviathan: Regionalism and Nationalism in the United States, attacks the modern capitalist threat to traditional Southern culture and agrarian economy. His poetry includes An Outland Piper, Lee in the Mountains and Other Poems, Including the Tall Men, and The Long Street.
 
Published January 1, 2013 by Capstone Press. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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Gr 3–5—Each book covers safety features and racing rules; prominent figures are only briefly mentioned, if at all. Sometimes the titles introduce science principles, such as Go-Kart, which touches on "wind resistance." The color photos are

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