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Books with title Race Cars

  • Race Cars

    Norman Barrett

    Paperback (Franklin Watts, April 1, 1990)
    Explores the colorful world of automobile racing, including Formula one, sport car, drag, and rally racing
  • Race cars

    Norman S Barrett

    Hardcover (F. Watts, March 15, 1987)
  • Race Cars

    Alain Chirinian

    Hardcover (Julian Messner, July 1, 1989)
    Describes fourteen of the fastest race cars in the world and how it feels to drive them.
  • Race Cars

    Norman Barrett

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts, May 1, 1990)
  • My Race Car

    Michael Rex

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), April 1, 2000)
    From the author/illustrator of the very popular My Fire Engine, a picture book about race car driving that is simple, accessible, and suspense-filled."Today is the day of the big race. The pit crew is ready. The driver is suited up and strapped in. The engine is loud, and the spectators are all waiting for the race to begin. The cars are on the starting line, and when the green flag waves they're off!"In this very young, action-packed picture book, a little boy imagines that he is a race car driver-with all the thrills, spills, and excitement that go along with the job. Loaded with accurate details, this is a playful look at a sport that fascinates kids of all ages.Like My Fire Engine, My Race Car's bold, graphic art brings this funny, informative story to life. It's a book that puts the reader right in the driver's seat.
  • Race Cars Can Go

    Patricia Harris, Harold Poncelet

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 15, 2017)
    In this imaginative book inspired by the HABA game Monza, six race cars come to life at night. The story expands on concepts introduced by the game, teaching readers about colors in a fun and creative way. As the cars venture off the track to discover nearby towns, readers will learn about overcoming problems as a team. Charming illustrations add dimension to the narrative, and accessible language makes the text manageable for developing readers. Seamlessly integrating common early elementary curriculum topics with a lively narrative, this book is both entertaining and educational.
  • Race Car

    David West

    Hardcover (Heinemann-Raintree, Jan. 15, 2007)
    West, David
  • My race car

    Michael Rex

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2001)
  • Cars: Race Day

    Editors of Publications International Ltd.

    Hardcover (Publications International, May 13, 2010)
    Cars: Race Day an interactive touch-and-feel book from the Play-A-Sound series lines up Lightning McQueen against Otto von Fastenbottom on Race Day. Preschoolers enjoy feeling different textures on each page and pressing buttons to hear racecar sounds as they rev and zoom their way through this adventure based on the Disney movie Cars.Both readers and pre-readers can drive this story: Illustrated icons in the text match five big, bright buttons on the panel at the side of the book. As children follow the story, they can find the matching buttons and press them to hear the speedway sounds. Each page features a different texture for curious fingers to feel and explore.Children press the buttons to hear five exciting sounds: Engines revving Cars zooming down the track Brakes screeching and metal crashing Start-of-race countdown...and they re off! Victory celebration musicIn addition, children can touch and feel a different texture on each page: Bumpy rubber tires A scratchy green cactus A sleek, shiny car hood A hard, smooth windshieldExtra-thick, coated pages prevent rips and tears, and three replaceable long-life AG-13 button cell batteries that power the book are included. Cars: Race Day conforms to the Specifications for Toy Safety of ASTM F963-07. The book has been safety tested for children 18 months and up.
  • Wind-Up Race Cars


    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, March 15, 1857)
  • Racing Cars

    Jeff Savage

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 1996)
    Describes some popular race cars and discusses some of the races in which they compete. Includes information on NASCAR.
  • Race Cars UP CLOSE

    Andra Serlin Abramson

    Hardcover (Sterling, Nov. 4, 2008)
    Start your engines the race cars are here! The thrill of seeing cars zoom at more than 200 miles per hour has made racing one of the world’s most popular sports. But what are those high-tech autos—both NASCAR and Formula One cars—like once they’ve slowed down? Get up close and see their technology, mechanics, and design for yourself. Find out how they’re built and what makes them different from regular cars you see on the street. Get a huge fold-out view of the engine. (It’s also a poster on the back of the jacket). Take a look at the nitrogen-filled tires. And the picture of a dashboard is so big you’ll feel as if you’re sitting in the driver’s seat. It’s the next best thing to being at the wheel!