What's inside? Great Inventions : A First Guide to the Wonders and Workings of Great Inventions
Part of the "What's Inside" series, this book looks at inventions. The book features an illustrated object alongside a cutaway version of the same object with easy-to-follow captions and annotation explaining the workings of each object. From bi-planes to bi-valves, the world of nature and science is peeled away before a child's eye. This book includes a look at the invention of locks, the sewing machine, the telephone, the flintlock pistol, radio, the flushing toilet, phonograph and the printing press.
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- Hardback | 24 pages
- 195 x 230mm | 344g
- 08 Apr 1993
- Dorling Kindersley Ltd
- Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- colour illustrations and photographs
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Table of contents
Lock; sewing machine; telephone; flintlock pistol; radio; flushing toilet; phonograph; printing press.