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How Machines Work: Zoo Break!

by David Macaulay, David Macaulay (Author)

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Engineering concepts via paper engineering. Short but fun. ( )
  themulhern | Sep 23, 2017 |
Sloth and Sengi are friends. they have grown up together in the zoo, and know every bit of their enclosure. And, frankly, they are a little bored with it. So they begin to plan an escape, with the help of some simple machines ... This book introduces such simple machines as levers, gears, planes, and pulleys. ( )
  paula-childrenslib | Dec 28, 2015 |
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Sloth and Sengi are friends. they have grown up together in the zoo, and know every bit of their enclosure. And, frankly, they are a little bored with it. So they begin to plan an escape, with the help of some simple machines ... This book introduces such simple machines as levers, gears, planes, and pulleys.… (more)

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