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The Everyday Workings of Machines

How machines work, from toasters and trains to hovercrafts and robots – Includes close-ups, cutaways, and cross sections!

by Steve Martin

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This book will be adored by children who want to understand how things work. Their adults will also learn something along the way.

This illustrated title is organized by many different categories. For example, there are Machines that Turn, Machines and Sound, Trains, At School, Machines for Fun, Machines to Keep You Safe and more. There are also suggestions for further reading at the end of the book.

The authors impart a lot of information in this illustrated text. Children will be intrigued to learn about everything from how the toilet works to what makes a thermometer able to take your temperature to what keeps a plane in the air and so much more.

This book is a great resource for inquiring minds!

Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title. All opinions are my own.

Five stars

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