Cruise Ships

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Gareth Stevens, Jul 7, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Big ships are fascinating, and this series takes readers inside some to see how amazing they really are. Each spread includes a large, full-color cutaway illustration of a ship, with simple text pointing out important features. Fact boxes and color photographs of the ship in action add further interest. Readers will learn about the variety of ships and how each type is specially designed for a specific purpose. With its simple text and high-interest topic, this series is ideal for reluctant readers.
 

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Jonathan Sutherland and Diane Canwell have written widely on historical subjects, in particular on military and aviation history, and they have long been fascinated by the history of Norfolk and its military heritage. Among their many books are The RAF Air Sea Rescue Service 1918-1986, The Battle of Jutland and Air War Malta.

Jonathan Sutherland and Diane Canwell are both experienced writers. They are the authors of a number of successful key reference and textbooks including "Marketing Campaigns" (1998), "Organisation Structures and Processes" (1997) and "Foundation Business" (1996). They are both former college lecturers specializing in business studies and are now full-time writers.

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