How to Draw Cartoon Vehicles
Rev up students' engines with this fast, informative book. These vehicles will float, drive, and zoom into kids' imaginations. What was one of the earliest-known vehicles? Why are school buses yellow? Who flew in the first hot-air balloon ride? Hint-they weren't human! Historical and scientific facts teach children about the vehicles that transport people throughout the world.
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