Random House Children's Books, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Helicopters are amazing machines that go places and do things that other vehicles cannot. Readers will love learning about the many daring jobs and rescues they undertake every day. Chock full of exciting color photographs, too!
Susan E. Goodman is a writer and journalist. Michael Doolittle is a photographer and photo editor. Together they have collaborated on many children’s books, including beginning readers and the Ultimate Field Trip series. Susan lives in Boston; Michael lives in Connecticut.
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