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Dorling Kindersley, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Every spread in this fascinating book has been exploded to reveal incredibly detailed technical illustrations that take apart all facets of a ship, re-creating them in perfect accuracy and clarity, enabling the reader to explore what makes ships work. Full-color illustrations throughout.

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Exploded diagrams of cars through the last century starting with the Ford Model-T and ending with a Formula 1 race car. Interesting, but not really so informative. Read full review


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Austin has written several screenplays. He lives in an airplane hanger.

Johnstone was a teacher before entering publishing. He later became the editorial director of HarperCollins, managing their children's nonfiction list, and turned, in 1991, to full-time writing.

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