This book takes a product students are interested in, Radar Gun, and provides them with details on how the product is created in the global market place of the 21st century.
Learn about the history of DVDs and how and where they are manufactured.
Find out how and where computers are manufactured and the journey they take before they end up in homes, schools and offices.
Learn more about the Interactive WhiteBoards, how they are made and how they end up in schools and offices around the world.
Alexander Graham Bell couldn't possibly have imagined that one day people the world over would be able to call someone on telephone smaller than the palms of their hands. Readers will discover how cell phone technology has emerged as a global phenomenon, connecting people all over the world to one another.
Walk down the street of just about any city in the world and you will see someone listening to music on an MP3 player. This book will introduce readers to the history behind the development of MP3 Players and take them on a journey to companies around the world where they are manufactured.
You probably use a pencil almost every day. Did you know that the 'lead' in pencil is really a mineral called graphite? And that China and Mexico are two countries with large graphite deposits? Read this book to learn more about how pencils are manufactured and how they end up in the hands of people in countries around the globe.