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Books with title Me and My Flying Machine

  • Me and My Flying Machine

    Marianna Mayer

    Hardcover (Parents' Magazine Press, June 1, 1971)
    A boy visualizes all the incredible things his flying machine will be able to do when he finishes building it in the barn.
  • Me and My Flying Machine

    Marianna Mayer, Mercer Mayer

    Hardcover (Parents' Magazine Press, Nov. 1, 1971)
    A boy visualizes all the incredible things his flying machine will be able to do when he finishes building it in the barn.
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  • Me and My Flying Machine

    Marianna and Mercer Mayer

    Paperback (Collins, March 15, 1973)
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  • Flying Machines

    Ian Graham, Stephen Biesty

    Hardcover (Templar, Sept. 4, 2018)
    Discover the inner workings of eight of the most incredible flying machines of all time in this lift-the-flap book by the best-selling, award-winning illustrator Stephen Biesty. With amazingly detailed drawings and more than forty flaps, young readers can meet some of the early aviators and their pioneering aircraft, peek inside a luxury flying boat, and see the technology of a rocket space plane. Packed with fun facts, this is the perfect introduction to planes and helicopters from all over the world.
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  • Airplanes and Flying Machines

    Pascale De Bourgoing

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, Sept. 1, 1992)
    Colorful drawings of airplanes and other flying machines show young readers the inside and outside of these amazing machines, including the wings, engine, and tail and the cockpit and passenger cabin.
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  • Me and My Flying Machine

    Marianna Mayer

    Hardcover (HarperCollins Distribution Ser, March 15, 1973)
    A boy visualizes all the incredible things his flying machine will be able to do when he finishes building it in the barn.
  • Flying Machines

    Nick Arnold, Brendan Kearney

    Hardcover (Candlewick, Aug. 5, 2014)
    Ready to take off? Learn all about aerodynamics and find everything you need to make five fabulous flying machines.Do you love machines that fly? Can you name some key aviation inventions, from balloons to solar-powered planes? Do you know how flight forces such as gravity, drag, thrust, and lift work? Kids who are raring to make their own flying machines can pore through the theory and history of flight, build five different models — a galactic glider, a deadly dart, a whirlybird helicopter, a single-prop Starlite, and a twin-prop SuperStar — and pick up some expert tips on flying them like an ace. Special features include: • Tear-out printed sheets for making two paper planes • Materials for making three propeller-powered machines, including balsa wood body parts, neoprene wings, plastic propellers, wheels, and an elastic band
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  • Flying Machine

    Andrew Nahum

    Hardcover (Knopf Books for Young Readers, Aug. 4, 1990)
    Vivid photos and lively captions document humankind's age-old desire to fly; elucidate the principles behind lift, drag, and thrust; and reveal the inner and outer workings of everything from gliders and hot-air balloons to helicopters and fighter planes.
  • Felix and His Flying Machine

    Sally Odgers

    eBook (Teacher Created Materials, Sept. 1, 2013)
    Felix O'Finnegan has been an inventor ever since he was a small child. His ideas were getting bigger and bigger, but all of the grown ups kept saying, "No!" Felix continued to dream, invent, and build no matter what the adults said. He finally created a flying machine! Readers will watch Felix never give up on his dream as he builds his greatest invention yet! Clever illustrations and a strong message make this an engaging book for children.
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  • Flying Machine

    Andrew Nahum

    Paperback (Gardners Books, June 15, 2003)
    Follow the fascinating path of human flight and flying machines from the first early attempts in the middle ages to the development of highly advanced instruments and tools on-board the modern aircraft. In-depth facts and stunning photographs make this a perfect resource for projects, reference and discovery.
  • Flight and Flying Machines

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK CHILDREN, March 15, 1993)
    From our first fascination with birds to the development of space flight technology, this lavishly illustrated study traces the history of humankind's attempts to fly.
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  • Flying Machine

    Andrew Nahum

    Hardcover
    Excellent Book