From horsepower to rare limited-edition models, Sports Illustrated for Kids writer Michael Bradley brings the world of cars to readers' fingertips. Anyone who is interested in cars will find this series fascinating and informative. Each highly illustrated title is chock-full of information about one cool car, including photos and text of the newest versions of that car, the history of that car, and the mechanical aspects of that car. Each title includes a spread with photos and statistics comparing the oldest and newest models. Full color photographs with informative captions enhance the text. the series also features a glossary, index, and further information section with Web sites.
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