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Books with title Ships

  • Ships

    Jonathan Potter

    Paperback (DK CHILDREN, March 15, 1994)
    A collection of fully detailed layouts illustrates the inner workings of ten specific ships by taking apart and describing the nuts-and-bolts aspect of each, and how their different parts relate.
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  • Ships

    Mari Schuh

    language (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2017)
    See the ship floating by? It has tall sails. Tanker ships carry oil. Airplanes take off from aircraft carriers. Through delightfully simple text and bright, close-up photos, beginning readers will learn about ship parts, types, and uses in this eBook. Natural-voice audio and text highlighting enhance learning. All Little Pebble books have an Accelerated Reader ATOS level of 1.0 or below.
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  • Ships

    Carl D. Swanson

    Paperback (Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd, Feb. 6, 1994)
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  • Ships

    Andrew Haslam, Andrew Solway, Simon Stephens

    Hardcover (World Book Inc, April 1, 1997)
    Introduces young readers to model shipbuilding, explaining the necessary tools, the concepts of floating and displacement, and the parts of different kinds of ships
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  • Ships

    Emily Bone, Colin King, Jessica Johnson

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2009)
    Introduces ships, including their history, their different parts, and what life at sea can be like.
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  • Ships

    Philip Wilkinson

    Hardcover (Kingfisher, April 30, 1999)
    Full steam ahead! Join the crew for a stirring voyage through the world of ships in this generously illustrated compendium of everything nautical. Investigate the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle, find out what role ironclad warships played in the Civil War, and observe a container ship loading its cargo! Detailed cutaway artwork lets you explore the inner workings of all kinds of ships -- from ocean liners and aircraft carriers to sailboats and steamships. A useful reference section includes an illustrated glossary and index. The perfect gift for the budding seafarer.
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  • Ships

    Richard Humble

    Hardcover (Barnes & Noble, Aug. 16, 1995)
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  • Ships

    Cari Meister

    Library Binding (Jump!, Aug. 1, 2013)
    In Ships, emergent readers will learn about the different types of ships. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text will engage early readers as they discover how ships are used to transport goods and people.
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  • Ships

    Mari Schuh

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Aug. 1, 2017)
    See the ship floating by? It has tall sails. Tanker ships carry oil. Airplanes take off from aircraft carriers. Through delightfully simple text and bright, close-up photos, beginning readers will learn about ship parts, types, and uses. All Little Pebble books have an Accelerated Reader ATOS level of 1.0 or below.
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  • Ships

    Andrew Haslam

    Paperback (Cooper Square Publishing Llc, Aug. 1, 2000)
    Directions for using simple construction methods and tools to make models of a Viking ship, sailboat, paddle steamer, submarine, aircraft carrier, and other types of boats.
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  • Ships

    Andrew Haslam

    Hardcover (Cooper Square Publishing Llc, April 1, 1997)
    Directions for using simple construction methods and tools to make models of a Viking ship, sailboat, paddle steamer, submarine, aircraft carrier, and other types of boats.
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  • Ships

    Philip Plisson, John Pendray

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Oct. 1, 2007)
    With dazzling photography, this book celebrates the wide variety of ships and their unique purpose in the world.Philip PlissonÂ’s gorgeous photographs of some of the worldÂ’s most famous ships bring to life the majesty and the elegance of the shipping tradition. From MagellanÂ’s first circumnavigation of the globe to contemporary sailing regattas, ships have been an inspiration in exploration, trade, and recreation, and each ship has its own story to tell. How was it built? What type of fuel does it use? How does it navigate? Whether they are massive oil tankers, extraordinarily fast speedboats, or colorful sailboats, ships are striking monuments to the human spirit of adventure.
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