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National Geographic Readers: Things That Go Collection

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Overview

Fast, fun, and on the move! Little kids love learning about all of the machines that get us from point A to point B. Cars, trucks, trains, and planes are often the first modes of transportation they learn to recognize. Learning about all of the coolest, fastest vehicles is sure to entertain fact-hungry kids for hours! Enough fascinating information is accompanied by interesting photographs to ensure that kids' curiosity is both satisfied AND inspired.

Details

  • Ages 5-8
  • Softcover
  • 128 pages
  • 6" x 9"
  • © 2015

Author Info

Amy Shields lives in a little house in the middle of the woods in upstate New York.  She has an unusual friendship with her two dogs, Jenny and Toby, but the real loves of her life are her two daughters.  She has written and ghostwritten many books for children.


Wil Mara is the award-winning novelist of disaster thrillers Wave and The Gemini Virus. In 2013, he released the first book in a new suspense series, Frame 232, featuring the pivotal character Jason Hammond, and the discovery of new evidence concerning the Kennedy assassination. Wil is currently writing the second Jason Hammond novel, The Nevada Testament, and developing the next story in the disaster series. He has also written extensively for the school library market. More information about his work can be found at www.wilmara.com.


Gail Tuchman is an author of children's books.

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