Jet Plane: How It Works (my Readers)
David Macaulay Studio
Author: David Macaulay / Sheila Keenan
Introduces young readers to the mechanical science of jet planes that recreates an airplane ride while explaining how powerful engines, specially designed wings, and cockpit controls work together to enable a jet's flight. You need to read a copy of Jet Plane : how it works an excellent book. Written by David Macaulay / Sheila Keenan and it was published on the 18th of September, 2012 by David Macaulay Studio. The book is centered on Jet planes along with JUVENILE NONFICTION / Transportation / Aviation and Picture books for children and is thought to be positive juvenile literature. In the Dewey Decimal System number is TL709.M32 2012. This version is the 1st ed. is 32 pages long and it has splendidly colored illustrations. For more information on this child's book, check out the market add to cart button below.
- Number of Pages: 32
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
It weighs as considerably as 100 elephants, however it can fly for hours. From the engine that provides the power and wings that lift the plane off the ground for the cockpit controls and passenger cabin, see how these present day marvels operate and what makes them stay inside the air. How does a jet do that?
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