Engineering: Feats & Failures
Engineers have built some incredible things. But with every new feat, there is failure. Readers will learn about engineering feats and failures like the Titanic, the Hindenberg, the Hoover Dam, and more in this engaging, Spanish-translated nonfiction title. This book features brilliant images, charts, and intriguing facts in conjunction with informational text and mathematic skills to keep readers active and engaged.
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