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Books with title Race Cars

  • Racing Cars

    Katie Daynes

    Paperback (Usborne Books, March 1, 2011)
  • Monster Race Cars

    Les Anas

    Paperback (Independently published, Aug. 7, 2019)
    Timmy Uppet and friends are driving around Vidsville in their monster race cars. Children can read Timmy's friends names and learn each color of the cars as they race. This book is brightly colored with creative monster race cars that kids can enjoy over and over.
  • Hottest Race Cars

    Erin Egan

    Library Binding (Enslow Pub Inc, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Each title in this series for reluctant readers focuses on a specific type of car, ranging from muscle cars to motorcycles and from NASCAR racers to dragsters, providing stories about famous racing heroes and popular car manufacturers from yesterday and today.
  • Racing Cars

    C. Gifford

    Paperback (Usborne Pub Ltd, May 31, 2004)
    Ther big bright machines in this series will appeal to very young children, stimulating interest in the world beyond their home. Realistic images make the machines easy to identify, with simple text giving a very basic idea of what each machine does. Fascinating visual detail encourages the very young to recognize and describe different shapes.
  • Racing Cars

    Mark Morris

    Library Binding (Raintree, Sept. 27, 2004)
    Morgan, Sally, Morris, Mark
  • Racing Cars.

    Kate Riggs

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts, )
  • Colorful Race Cars

    Rosemary Jennings

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Aug. 15, 2017)
    This nonfiction title explores the various colors of racecars that can be seen on a day spent at the races. Readers go behind the scenes at the racetrack to learn what the different colored flags mean during a race. Other concepts such as differentiating standings in a race and identifying racetrack workers are also highlighted in the text. Color associations are a recurring theme throughout the title to meet early elementary curriculum standards. Full-color photographs bring the information to life and help early readers make connections with the text.
  • Racing Cars

    Richard Gunn

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library, July 30, 2006)
    Profiles different models of racing car, from the Bugatti Type 35 first made in 1924 to the "funny cars" built in 2006.
  • 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!
  • Racing Cars

    Jon Kirkwood

    Library Binding (Copper Beech, April 1, 1998)
    Describes the cars used in Formula One, stock car, and drag racing and briefly discusses the development of racing cars
  • Racing Cars

    N. S. Barrett

    Library Binding (Franklin Watts, March 1, 1985)
    Describes a variety of racing cars and the kinds of races in which they are used.
  • Racing Cars

    Ian Graham

    Paperback (B E S Pub Co, Feb. 1, 1995)
    Text, simple diagrams, and illustrations introduce race cars, complex vehicles designed to be driven safely at very high speeds