With a top speed of more than 170 miles per hour, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a track star! It’s also a veteran of the track, holding its own in races since the 1960s. Young readers, even those with short attention spans, will not put down this book.
After years off the production line, the Dodge Charger R/T reappeared in 2005, in a much different form. The coupe of the 1960s became the sedan of today. In this book, young car enthusiasts can compare the past and present looks of the Charger R/T.
Do you know why a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat comes with two car keys, one red and one black? Well, the black key is used when the full 707 horsepower would be too much to handle. Curious readers will unlock more questions and answers when they crack open this title.
The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 was named for its creator, Carroll Shelby. This American racecar driver of the 1950s designed this Ford model to maximize speed and power on the track. This hi-lo book highlights the race friendly features of the fan-favorite pony car.
Aston Martin supercars have celebrity status. Many models in the DB line have starred with British Secret Service Agent 007 in James Bond films. In this title, readers with a passion for cars will learn about the luxurious DB9, including its special paint job of up to nine coats!
The Lykan HyperSport is a car with a big price tag. It sells for more than $3 million! One reason for the high cost is that diamonds, sapphires, rubies, or emeralds are placed in the headlights. Young students will admire this stylish car’s over-the-top special touches.
Green Ways of Getting Around moves readers toward careers in "green" transportation, including travel by air, sea, and land, and even in more extreme environments, such as outer space and under water. This book explores mass transit and automotive transportation, highlighting fuel-powered vehicles, such as buses, planes, and boats, which carry with them their own pros and cons as being fuel-efficient and ecologically sound. Also included: using pedal power, pedestrian-friendly venues, concepts that promote walkability and sustainable mass transit, and powering transportation with alternative energy sources.