The Great Big Book of Mighty Machines

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Firefly Books, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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A richly illustrated book about the big machines kids love.

Kids love big machines: watching real machines do real work, playing with toy machines, reading and talking about all kinds of machines. The bigger, the better!

The Great Big Book of Mighty Machines is one big and mighty book about the massive moving machines that kids love: monster trucks, dump trucks, fire trucks, tractors, big bikes, cranes, trains and airplanes! One big bundle of mightiness.

Vivid color photographs of machines at work jump off the page. Large, easy-to-read type describes the machines, their parts and what they are used for. Red arrows point out special features. Glossaries explain essential terms, and suggested activities, like quizzes, "what to draw" and "pick the picture," add to the fun.

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Good book for Grandsons

User Review  - bear510 - Overstock.com

My two grandsons like large equipment. Bought this book for them so they couls see and learn more. This book accomplihed that purpose. They enjoy it and have us read it to them over and over while they point at the pictures. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Jean Coppendale has been involved in children's book publishing for many years, producing, editing and writing both fiction and non-fiction, including several successful series.

Ian Graham is a science and technology expert. He has written more than 200 books on subjects ranging from space exploration and aircraft and military technology to astronomy, transportation and forensic science.

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