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Mini Encyclopedia - How It Works

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Mini Encyclopedia How It Works is the mini book crammed with masses of knowledge about how things work. This amazing encyclopedia for kids is small enough to slot into school bags, making this a fantastic resource for school projects and homework late-elementary/middle school levels..
# All of children's most niggling questions about technology and how things work are answered
# 'Did you know?' fact boxes contain awesome facts that children will love
# Clearly labelled diagrams and illustrations showcase the inner workings of 150 different machines
The ultimate how things work book for kids, Mini Encyclopedia How It Works is a compact, comprehensive children's encyclopedia that uses clear, bulleted facts and incredible info panels to explain everything from the mechanisms of everyday modern gadgets to the technology behind space exploration. Every topic is supported by photographs, realistic artwork and detailed diagrams, and colour-coded sections make navigation through the topics easy and quick.
Chapters and topic examples of Mini Encyclopedia How It Works:
# Gadgets: Flat Screen TV, Mobile Phone, Digital Camera and Video Games Console
# Cars, Trucks and Bikes: Mountain Bike, F1 Racing Car, 4WD Off-Roader and Fire Engine
# Emergency Vehicles: Police Patrol Car, Ambulance, Underwater Rescue Submersible and SAR Helicopter
# Speed Machines: Yamaha R1 Superbike, Mclaren F1 Supercar, TGV Bullet Train and Concorde
# Military Machines: M270 Rocket Launcher, M1 Abrams Tank, AH-64 Apache Helicopter and Type 45 Destroyer
# Giant Machines: Bigfoot Truck, Bulldozer, Mobile Crane and Tunnel Boring Machine
# Energy and Power: Coal Mine, Nuclear Power Station, Solar Panels and Low-energy Transport
# Ships and Submarines: Yacht, Racing Catamaran, Oil Supertanker and Submarine
# Aircraft: Hang-glider, Wright Flyer, Harrier Jump Jet and Boeing CH-47 Chinook
# Space Exploration: Explore 1, Saturn V, Voyager 2 and Cassini-Huygens
Amazing facts for kids to learn include:
# The first computer game using graphics - pictures and symbols rather than words - was noughts-and-crosses in 1952.
# The Rocket Racing League plans to hold races for rocket-powered cars and aircraft, each lasting between 60 and 90 minutes.
# The key to re-entry into Earth's atmosphere is to enter at the right angle. Otherwise the craft skips off the atmosphere like a stone bouncing off a pond's surface.

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