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Books with title Big Machines Build!

  • Big Machines Fly!

    Catherine Veitch

    Hardcover (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    These fabulous books are a must for any young reader with an interest in vehicles and machines. Each book is filled with amazing machines, fun facts, jokes, and age-appropriate text in colorful boxes. This book takes a close look at machines that can fly including super jumbo jets, rockets, and space shuttles. Find out which flying machine is the mightiest of them all!
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  • Big Farm Machines

    Caterpillar

    Board book (Chronicle Books, )
    None
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  • Big Machines

    Tracey Michele

    Paperback (Smart Apple Media, Jan. 2, 2011)
    None
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  • Big Road Machines

    Caterpillar

    Board book (Chronicle Books, Feb. 1, 2002)
    Kids love trucks, bulldozers, anything with moving parts! And this bright, simple board book featuring full color photographs of tough Caterpillar machines in action will grab the attention of young readers.
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  • Big Machines

    Melanie Davis Jones, Doreen Gay-Kassel

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2003)
    A simple introduction to big machines--tractors, backhoes, pavers, and cranes--and how they work.
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  • Big Machines

    Catherine Veitch

    Hardcover (Heinemann, July 1, 2014)
    These fabulous books are a must for any young reader with an interest in vehicles and machines. Each book is filled with amazing machines, fun facts, jokes, and age-appropriate text in colorful boxes. Titles in the series cover machines that specialize in flying through the air and space, floating on water, running on tracks, building and construction, driving us around, and coming to our rescue.
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  • Big Machines

    Manny Valdivia, Rochelle Valdivia

    Paperback (McClanahan Book Co, Jan. 1, 2000)
    Want to learn to draw big machines? Then this is the book for you! Its easy-to-follow steps will have you drawing amazing marvels of technology in no time. Sixteen machinels are sketched inside, including a racy dragster, apolice car, & a fire engine. Friends will envy your skill! And they won't even know it's all a result of practice, practice, practice! Look for all the books in theLet's Draw series: Jungle Animals, Dinosaurs, Big Machines, & Dogs & Cats.
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  • Big Machines

    Peter Sloan, Sheryl Sloan

    School & Library Binding (San Val, Jan. 15, 1999)
    None
    K
  • Big Machines

    Angela Royston, Terry Pastor

    Paperback (Frances Lincoln Ltd, April 4, 1996)
    An exciting introduction to big machines on the road, on the farm and on the building site. Each machine is accompanied by very simple text, explaining what it does, and labels to identify the main features. Stunning airbrush illustrations make this a hugely attractive book for all young children who are interested in machines, and how they work.
  • Building Machines

    Ian Graham

    Hardcover (Templar Publishing, Oct. 1, 2015)
    Building Machines
  • Big Work Machines

    Patricia Relf

    Hardcover (Goldencraft, June 1, 1984)
    Explains how machines are used to build skyscrapers, dig tunnels, make roads, pick wheat, cut down trees, and mine for coal
  • Big Machines

    Melanie Davis Jones, Doreen Gay-kassel

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback, Sept. 1, 2003)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Introduces children to the many types of big machines that work hard. Readers will see tractors, backhoes, pavers, and tall cranes in action. A Level A Rookie Reader.