Car Smarts: Hot Tips for the Car Crazy
Phil Edmonston, author of the Lemon-Aid guides to car buying, is one of North America’s leading consumer advocates. He and Maureen Sawa, a well-known children’s librarian, have written a book jammed with the information that every car-crazy young person craves. Full of fascinating facts, and practical advice for the young reader planning to buy and run a car, or for armchair drivers dreaming of the day when…
Gordon Sauvé’s detailed, playful illustrations combined with knowledgeable, upbeat text make this a great book for drivers-in-waiting.
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