Big Book of How Things Work
Gallery by arrangement with the Octopus Publishing Group, 1990 - Technology - 79 pages
Illustrations and text lead young readers on a journey through the wonders of modern technology, including power sources, vehicles, business and industrial machinery, and household and entertainment equipment.
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