HOW THINGS WORK LOOK INSIDE

HOW THINGS WORK LOOK INSIDE

ROB LLOYD JONES

14,85 €
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Editorial:
USBORNE
Materia
Curiosities & environment
ISBN:
978-1-4749-3657-6
Páginas:
14
Encuadernación:
Board Book

Have you ever wondered how cars roar along roads, or planes soar into the sky? Discover how all sorts of amazing things work, from fire engines and submarines to dishwashers and vacuum cleaners, in this exciting introduction to engineering for young children, with over 70 flaps to lift. Includes links to carefully selected websites to find out more.

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