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The Little Book Of Great Big Trucks

Author : Charlie Boone
ISBN : 193651799X
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A delightful children's illustrated book introducing everything on wheels.

My Little Book Of Trucks And Diggers

Author : Gardner Publishing
ISBN : 1905279345
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 56.45 MB
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Serves as a companion for young children discovering the world around them.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Big Trucks

Author : Honor Head
ISBN : 1609929241
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 57.59 MB
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What is a truck? How fast can a truck go? Which trucks work on a building site? My Little Book of Big Trucks answers all these questions and more. Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with stunning photography to provide an excellent introduction to big trucks. Perfect for reluctant readers, this book will hold the interest of young children and encourage them to find out more about these amazing vehicles.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

My Little Book Of Monster Trucks

Author : Chris Oxlade
ISBN : 168297300X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 87.89 MB
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Who built the first monster truck? Why did they build it? How do monster trucks perform amazing tricks? This book will answer all these questions and more, and is guaranteed to satisfy any child with a monstrous appetite for trucks! Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with exciting photography to provide a brilliant first introduction to monster trucks. This book is perfect for reluctant readers and will hold the interest of young children, encouraging them to find out more about these fascinating vehicles.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Little Book Of Trucks

Author : Steve Lanham
ISBN : 1909217131
Genre : Trucks
File Size : 88.10 MB
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For almost a century, the UK's road network rumbled to the sound of haulage and delivery vehicles almost exclusively made up of trucks built on home soil. From the 1920s right through to the 1960s, British manufacturers became renowned the world over for their production of reliable workaday lorries and quite rightly earned a reputation for quality engineering. This book examines the history of the truck.
Category: Trucks

My Little Book Of Trucks

Author : Roger Priddy
ISBN : 1783418478
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File Size : 26.7 MB
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This sturdy board book will help young children to develop their vocabulary as they learn about different kinds of trucks!Each spread has bright photographs of different trucks. There are simple labels and interesting questions to develop vocabulary and spark children's interest.The coloured page edges make it easy to turn the pages.

The Little Book Of Microcars

Author : Adam Quellin
ISBN : 9781845848941
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 59.90 MB
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After the Second World War Europe was in economic crisis and manufacturing lay in ruins. Materials were in short supply, and factories were forbidden from building aircraft. There was a need for cheap, economical transport, but acquiring a new car was difficult, and secondhand cars were not as readily available as they are today. By the 1950s, a myriad of economy cars had appeared on the market to fill this vacuum. Former aircraft companies – and even a refrigerator manufacturer – turned their hand to producing tiny cars that were often quirky and eccentric. Many of these little cars earned the nickname ‘bubblecars' due to their bulbous shape. The 1960s brought with it new levels of affluence, and these microcars almost faded from view. But today, they are enjoying a resurgence of popularity, with many becoming highly-prized collectors items. Increased traffic levels and fuel prices, and a greater awareness of environmental issues, have also created demand for a new generation of microcars, and car makers have responded accordingly with exciting new designs. Illustrated with over 70 colour photographs, this book celebrates the best of these weird and wonderful motoring marvels.
Category: Transportation