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Screws to the Rescue (First Facts: Simple Machines to the Rescue)

by Sharon Thales

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This is a book for intermediate readers; illustrated with photographs, the discourse goes along the practical use of screws and how we use them all the time. At a first glance, the edition seems conventional, lacking fun visual features.
  flaguna | Nov 28, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 073686749X, Library Binding)

What do video game controllers, eyeglasses, and phones all have in common? They all have screws! Read Screws to the Rescue to learn what screws are, how they work, and how these simple machines can save the day.

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"Describes screws, including what they are, how they work, past uses, and common uses of these simple machines today"--Provided by publisher.

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