Civil Aircraft

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Gareth Stevens, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Aircraft of the World is filled with the fastest, biggest, weirdest, and most popular aircraft that ever flew. Each spread features a full-color photograph of the plane, an illustration displaying its special features, including fascinating cutaway illustrations, and a colorful diagram that highlights a fun fact about each aircraft, such as its size, range, speed, altitude, or number of passengers. The format introduces students to the variety of ways information is presented in nonfiction text and the high-interest topic will spark the interest of struggling readers.

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User Review  - Veeralpadhiar - LibraryThing

Best reference book about Civil Aircraft of the world that I have read. I still refer it whenever I want to know anything about any civil aircraft. A must have book for aviation enthusiasts or even for someone highly curious like me. Read full review


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