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A history of locomotion that tells it all from Stephenson's Rocket to the bullet trains. It helps you lift the flaps to explore all kinds of trains, from a luxury steam train fit for a queen to super-fast trains that run on magnets, trains that can climb up mountains, and more.
Explore the Star Wars Galaxy and join the hunt for Chewbacca! Inside this collectible box you'll find two Where's the Wookiee search and find books, a colouring book, an awesome poster and two amazing press-out model kits of Chewbacca and a stormtrooper!
Explore the life and achievements of Alexander Graham Bell. Photographs, a timeline, and easy-to-read text tell the story of this famous inventor of the telephone.
From an Idea toGoogle is a behind-the-computer-screenlook into the history, business, and brand of the worlds largest search engine. With humorous black & white illustrations throughout, learn about the company that evenearned its own catchphrase: Google it!
For fans of the ';Who Was'series, this lively, accessible, and full-color chapter book biography shows how a self-taught scientist was the first to observe the microbial life in and around us.By building his own microscope, Antony van Leeuwenhoek advanced humanity's understanding of our oft-invisible world around us.
Part of the bestselling Little People, BIG DREAMS series, this board book version of Stephen Hawking tells the inspiring story of the brilliant physicist and author.
Flying cars are real! This book, the only one on the subject for young readers, combines history, biography, technology, and humor in a breezy survey of hybrid vehicles and the dream of flight that kept inventors at work despite many failures and the dictates of common sense.
In 1944 an unprecedented surgical procedure repaired the heart of a child with blue baby syndromelack of blood oxygen caused by a congenital defect. This landmark operation opened the way for all types of open heart surgery.The team that developed it included a cardiologist and a surgeon, but most of the actual work was done by Vivien Thomas, an African American lab assistant who was frequently mistaken for a janitor.
The story of the 1944 development of an unprecedented surgical procedure that saved babies' lives and paved the way for all types of open-heart surgery, created in large part by Vivienne Thomas, an African American lab assistant who was frequently mistaken for a janitor. By Newbery Honor and Sibert Awardwinner Jim Murphy.
Travel to the 22nd century in this captivating nonfiction title that allows readers to discover the future of space. Readers will discover the technology that may be used to one day allow humans to live on another planet and more!
Find out how tools have helped people hunt, build, and make life easier in this engaging nonfiction reader. Children will learn how tools throughout time have made such an important impact on life as we know it!
Readers find out what it's like for astronauts to eat, sleep, and work on a manned space flight in this nonfiction reader. Children will discover what its like to be in zero gravity, how Mission control helps keep astronauts safe, and more!
In this encouraging nonfiction reader, children visit an actual space camp! Readers will learn what astronauts eat, where they sleep, and how they prepare for journeys into space through the help of robots and simulators.
How do architects and contractors use math and geometry to help build a house? Readers will find out in this engaging nonfiction book that will familiarize children with construction, construction equipment and materials, and blueprints.
In this exciting and engaging nonfiction book, readers learn about the Wright Brothers, the history of aviation, how air travel has changed the way people work and live, and the important parts that make the plane fly!
A colouring book for older children and adults featuring the Bosnian alphabet and introducing different forms of architecture
Future robotics engineers will love the mix of non-fiction and activities in this educational book full of BIG ideas. Fun games and puzzles teach boys and girls about robotics, automation, programming and engineering. Start a lifelong passion for STEM subjects.