Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly the most powerful aircraft in the world? You'll find out with this adrenaline-pumping look at amazing airborne technology. Sneak a look at other countries' top secrets in the supersonic spy plane, the Blackbird. Race around a desert course in a World War II relic, the P-51 Mustang, as you battle against other pilots in the "world's fastest motor sport." Relax in luxury aboard the world's fastest passenger plane, enjoying a leisurely meal as you speed along at up to 1362 mph. You'll get the facts and figures of these incredible machines and feel the excitement of extreme flying.
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Grade 4-8-Books designed to appeal to lovers of sleek, glossy, aerodynamic vehicles with muscular engines. Eye-catching and busy to the max, the layout features full-color photos of each plane, bike, or car, with text, stats, and fact files superimposed on brilliant boxes of red, magenta, maroon, blue, yellow, tan, green, purple, and orange. The chatty text sounds much like an informed guide piloting interested readers around an airfield or track, dropping data and corny statements for edification and amusement. A compilation of addresses (such as NASA and NASCAR) are offered as sources for more details. Cluttered, bright, and colorful to the point of distraction, this trio will be adored by the intended audience and ignored by everyone else.
Patricia Manning, formerly at Eastchester Public Library, NY
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Book Description LernerSports, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0822598558
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