The book examines the ways we move across our planet on land, on and in the water, in the air, and in space. And it looks at the science that lets us! A combination of action photography and both factual and cartoon illustrations,bring this STEM-based project alive.
The book examines the ways we move across our planet on land, on and in the water, in the air, and in space. And it looks at the science that lets us! A combination of action photography and both factual and cartoon illustrations, bring this STEM-based project alive.
Through engaging text and dynamic infographics, charts, timelines, photos and levelling control this high interest title, describes the history, features, and future of custom motorcycles known as choppers.
In Solar Energy, early fluent readers learn the technology that allows us to turn the suns power into electricity. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn about the science behind solar power. Infographics illustrate key concepts, and an activity offers kids an opportunity to extend discovery. Children can learn more about solar energy using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Solar Energy also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index.
In 1908, Henry Ford changed the automobile industry with his Model T. It was simple, affordable, and revolutionary! Two years later, Ford launched a moving assembly line that transformed manufacturing. Creative designs and innovations have made the company a successful household name. Eager readers will learn about Ford's dreams and accomplishments in this inspiring title.
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.
Planes have emergency exits, oxygen masks, and inflatable flotation devices for a reason. Major equipment failure, an extremely severe storm, or another unexpected happening can sometimes take a plane down. This high-interest title expands on the safety demonstration that flight attendants are so famous for making.
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.
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.
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.
In Hybrid and Electric Cars, early fluent readers learn about the technology allowing us to reduce our vehicles dependence on fossil fuels. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn about the science behind hybrid and electric cars. Infographics illustrate key concepts, and an activity offers kids an opportunity to extend discovery. Children can learn more about hybrid and electric cars using our safe search engine that provides relevant, age-appropriate websites. Hybrid and Electric Cars also features reading tips for teachers and parents, a table of contents, a glossary, and an index.
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.
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!
Driving is a huge part of life for millions of people. We drive to go to family's and friends' houses; we drive to go to work and school; we drive to go to the store. You probably ride in some sort of vehicle every day. With so many drivers on the road, staying safe while traveling in the car is an important part of any trip.
You may have traveled thousands of miles in your family's car. Did you know that some parts of that car might have traveled halfway around the world before the car ended up in your family's garage? Look inside to find out more about how cars are manufactured by companies in many different countries.
Did you know that a jet engine can be made of as many as 25,000 different parts and that those parts come from suppliers around the world? Read this book to find out more about airplanes, how they are manufactured, and how they help make our 21st century global economy possible.
It may be hard to believe in a world full of automobiles, but bicycles are still a favorite means of transportation for many people around the world. This book introduces readers to the history of bicycles and the economics of manufacturing them.
Did you know that gasoline is made from petroleum that is extracted from deep inside Earth? And that the government of Saudi Arabia owns the world's largest petroleum corporation? Read this book to find out more about how petroleum is turned into gasoline and how that gasoline ends up in the tank of cars around the world.
Rock climbing walls, swimming pools, mini golf courses, ice skating rinks are now available on passenger ships. How do they do it? Who comes up with the next new thing? What role does innovation play in the development of the next generation of passenger ships? This "Innovation in Transportation" book, Passenger Ships, takes a look at the people and creative ideas that have changed the way we think about passenger ships.
Who was the first man to walk on the moon? Who developed the space shuttle? Will man ever land on mars? Find the answers to these questions and more when you take a look at space travel from a new perspective.
Where is the fastest train in the world? How is it possible for a train to go under the English Channel? What does the next generations of trains look like? Find the answers to these questions and more when you take a look at trains from a new perspective.
Who can up with the idea behind the first truck? How big is the largest truck in the world? How much does it haul? The "Innovation in Transportation" book Trucks takes a look at the people and creative ideas that have changed the way we think about trucks.
The new Boeing Superliner looks much different than the plane the Wright Brothers flew at Kitty Hawk. Have you ever wondered how new planes are developed? This "Innovation in Transportation" book, Airplanes, takes a look at the people and creative ideas that have changed the way we think about flying.
We hear a lot about the new global economy. How does it work? How are we able to transport so many products around the world? How have innovations in the development of cargo ships fueled the global economy? Find the answers to these questions and more when you take a look at cargo ships from a new perspective.
Your new family car looks very different than the Model T developed by Henry Ford. Cars of today are much faster, safer, and more reliable than the Model T. Have you ever wondered how new cars are developed? The Innovation in Transportation series takes a look at the people and creative ideas that have changed the automotive industry.