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Vroom How Does A Car Engine Work For Kids

Author : Baby Professor
ISBN : 9781541905801
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 36.96 MB
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Don't be satisfied with just watching your child play with cars. Encourage him/her to understand those little engines better through this picture book. Here, we will be detailing even the tiniest parts of the car engine and how each part works with the rest. This will surely be an exciting book to read. Go ahead and grab a copy now.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Gretchen Asks How Do Cars Work

Author : Angel Neuschwander
ISBN : 9781438928869
Genre : Automobiles
File Size : 67.59 MB
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Gretchen is a seven-year-old girl who loves to explore the world around her. Her best friend and cat, Lucy, joins her on her many adventures. Together they always find new things to learn about. In this story, Gretchen wonders what makes the wheels of a car turn. Her mother explains how power for the car is made. They will discover that a car works a lot like a bike. Join Gretchen and Lucy as they learn how a car works.
Category: Automobiles

How Do Hybrid Cars Work

Author : Richard Hantula
ISBN : 9781604134766
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 56.21 MB
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Discusses how these machines work, the science behind the energy they make, and what the use of hybrid cars means for the planet. Features full-color photographs and illustrations.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

How Your Car Works

Author : Arvid Linde
ISBN : 9781845845001
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 74.78 MB
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Describes the systems and parts of gasoline-powered, diesel, electric, hybrid, and alternative propulsion automobiles.
Category: Transportation

How Cars Work

Author : Tom Newton
ISBN : 0966862309
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 22.16 MB
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How Cars Work is a completely illustrated primer describing the 250 most important car parts and how they work. This mini test book includes wonderfully simple line drawings and clear language to describe all the automotive systems as well as a glossary, index, and a test after each chapter. How Cars Work provides the basic vocabulary and mechanical knowledge to help a reader talk intelligently with mechanics understand shop manuals, and diagnosis car problems. Tom Newton guides the reader with a one topic per page format that delivers information in bite size chunks, just right for teenage boys. How Cars Work was the most stolen book at Kennedy High School in Richmond California! Teachers like our title and so do librarians. The History channel, Modern Marvels-2000, Actuality Productions, Inc is using How Cars Work to train staff for a documentary on automobiles.
Category: Transportation

How Do Race Cars Work Car Book For Kids Children S Transportation Books

Author : Baby Professor
ISBN : 9781541922693
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 55.78 MB
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If you have a child who likes race cars, then this book should go in his collection. Aside from beautiful pictures, the book also contains information explaining how cars work. By combining design with facts, we create a book that will feed the brain with facts and pictures. So what are you waiting for? Secure a copy of this car book for kids!
Category: Transportation

Engines How Do Car Engines Work Cars For Kids Edition Children S Cars Trains Things That Go Books

Author : Pfiffikus
ISBN : 1683776100
Genre :
File Size : 42.62 MB
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So you like cars but do you know how they work? Can you tell us what engines are and why they work the way they do? If you can't, don't worry, you'll know the answer in a matter of minutes! This educational resource is composed of valuable information that little learners like you can easily understand and remember. Grab a copy today!

Car Science

Author : Richard Hammond
ISBN : 9780756651831
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 30.77 MB
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Top Gear's Richard Hammond is in the driving seat for this turbo-charged tour through the nuts and bolts of car technology. Underneath the hood of every car there's a lot of fast, furious, and spectacular science going on. G-force, combustion, power: you name it, a car's got it. Help your child discover all about the science of cars with this explosive tour of automobiles in Car Science. Find out how cars revolutionized the world and see how a car functions with jaw-dropping diagrams, cutaway drawings and cool graphics. Steer to the fundamental science behind the mechanics and then sit back for an exciting look into the future of minimal emissions, maximum fun.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Children S Thinking About Cultural Universals

Author : Jere Brophy
ISBN : 9781135614683
Genre : Education
File Size : 42.75 MB
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Drawing on interview data, the authors describe K-3 students' knowledge and thinking about basic aspects of the social world that are addressed in the elementary social studies curriculum. The interviews focused on human activities relating to nine cultural universals that are commonly addressed in the elementary social studies curriculum: food, clothing, shelter, communication, transportation, family living, childhood, money, and government. This volume synthesizes findings from the research and discusses their implications for curriculum and instruction in early social studies. Children's Thinking About Cultural Universals significantly expands the knowledge base on developments in children's social knowledge and thinking and, in addition, provides a wealth of information to inform social studies educators' and curriculum developers' efforts to match instruction to students' prior knowledge, both by building on already developed valid knowledge and by addressing common misconceptions. It represents a quantum leap in the availability of information on the trajectories of children's knowledge about common topics in primary elementary social studies education.
Category: Education

How To Repair Your Car

Author : Paul Brand
ISBN : 161059021X
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 35.7 MB
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From Motorbooks, the leader in automotive publishing for over 4 decades, comes the most practical car care guide ever produced to help the average car owner maintain and repair his or her vehicle - How to Repair Your Car. In this easy-to-follow guide, author Paul Brand, a nationally known automotive expert, takes you through the steps of auto maintenance and repair—simple steps that could add years to a car’s life and save a driver thousands of dollars in repairs. This is also the only car maintenance and repair guide on the market to contain 50 do-it-yourself projects in full-color, step-by-step instructions that are easy to follow and understand. Focusing on post-1985 cars (with occasional explanations about earlier models), Brand introduces readers to the rudiments of automotive systems—from electrical, fuel, and cooling to drivetrain, suspension, tires, brakes, and exhaust—and discusses problems that arise in each system. The book includes practical advice for readers with only a passing knowledge of cars, as well as the basics of caring for a car’s exterior and interior. How to Repair Your Car is a must-have for any car owner who wants to extend the life of his or her car, learn how to perform car maintenance or repair instead of paying a mechanic, diagnose simple noises and knocks, as well as learn tips for knowing exactly what they're paying for when their car goes to the shop.
Category: Transportation