Think you know vehicles? Think again! Unconventional Vehicles is a nonfiction collection of 45 of the strangest, most unconventional vehicles that have ever existed.
Vehicles include an underwater battery-powered scooter, a carriage pulled by ostriches, a hot air balloon shaped like the Cathedral of Saint Gall, and five different jet packs.
Filled with history, science, technology, engineering, and interesting bits of trivia, all in one kid-appealing package.
Part of the Uncommon Compendiums series.
Vehicles range from submersibles to dirigibles Unconventional Vehicles explores very strange modes of transportation for vehicle fans, rocket inventors, budding space-and-aeronautics experts, and anyone who’s ever thought, “Why can’t I ride a motorised suitcase through the airport?”
Brimming with fascinating facts and diagrams presented with wit and humour, this book is sure to enthrall vehicle enthusiasts of every age.
Ideal for children ages 8 to 12 years old, especially those interested in vehicles and engineering.
Author Michael Hearst brings his signature verve and humour to this fascinating read.
Young readers will devour all the substantive and silly content in this book, proving definitively that nonfiction is anything but dry.
Resonates year-round as a go-to gift for birthdays, holidays, and more.
A great pick for teachers, parents, grandparents, and caregivers.
Add it to the shelf with books like Cars, Trains, Ships, and Planes: A Visual Encyclopedia of Every Vehicle by DK; Stephen Biesty’s Incredible Cross-Sections by Stephen Biesty; and Cool Cars by Quentin Willson
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