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Race Cars: Science, Technology, Engineering (Calling All Innovators: A…
by Josh Gregory
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0531210731, Paperback)
Some of today's most fascinating careers revolve around the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). With this exciting new series, readers can get a close look at how people in these careers are helping to build our future. They will also discover how workers have used STEM skills to solve problems and innovate throughout history.
Ever since the first automobiles were invented, people have been competing to see who could drive the fastest. Readers will explore the origins of auto racing and follow the sport's history to see how it has grown to become one of the world's most popular and exciting past times. They will also learn how teams of mechanics, technicians, and engineers design and build some of the fastest cars on Earth.
FeaturesDiagrams, graphs, and charts help to clarify complex subjects Unique visual designs draw readers in and encourage them to invest Interviews with real-life workers give readers an up-close look at their jobs Helpful statistics assist readers in planning their future careers
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"Learn about the history of auto racing and find out what it takes to make it in this exciting career field."--
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