Planes, Gliders, Helicopters: And Other Flying Machines (how Things Work)
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Author: Terry Jennings
Examines, in text and labelled diagrams and illustrations, how various types of airplanes and other flying machines work and the kinds of functions they perform. Includes instructions for related projects and experiments. Planes, Gliders, Helicopters: And Other is a must own book. The author is Terry Jennings and it was published sometime in March of 1993 by Kingfisher. This is the 1st American ed. of the book is 40 pages long and it incorporates some brilliantly colored illustrations. The book is 10.63" Height x 8.5" Length x 0.2" Width and has a weight of 0.46 lbs, add to cart by clicking the hyperlink below.
- Number of Pages: 40
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Children will learn how hot air helps balloons to fly. and how hang gliders glide and helicopters hover. why the shape of a wing is important to flight.
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