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Books with title Spy Planes

  • Planes!

    Charles Reasoner

    Board book (Little Birdie Books, May 1, 2011)
    The Big Busy Machines: Planes! board book provides the perfect way to introduce reading in your home. Children will learn all about transportation as they follow a day in the life of a plane at work. This resource engages early learners by using short, simple language and detailed illustrations. Designed to be child-friendly, this 10-page early learning resource features round corners, board book binding, and a UV varnish finish for easy clean up. Each board book measures 5.25" x 5.25" and features spacers.
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  • Planes

    Felicity Brooks

    Board book (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2010)
    Young readers can lift the flaps to find a little blue bird flying at an airport, an air show, and in other places that different types of aircraft are found. On board pages.
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  • Spy Planes

    Jay Schleifer

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 1995)
    Discusses the history of surveillance from the sky, describing different types of reconnaissance aircraft and their role in the future.
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  • Planes

    Anne Rockwell

    Paperback (Puffin Books, April 1, 1993)
    "In the same vein as Rockwell's earlier books—Boats, Cars, and Trucks—this new title presents various types of planes to the very young child. The artist uses clear, bright colors to depict the planes that, in this case, fly in a world inhabited entirely by rabbits—a very useful introduction to aviation."—The Horn BookSimple text and illustrations introduce different types of airplanes in a world where rabbits soar, swoop, and pilot a range of skyworthy aircrafts.
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  • Spy Planes

    Therese Shea

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Publishing, Jan. 1, 2013)
    Today, the US military has spy planes that can fly faster than the speed of sound, take panoramic photographs in the blink of an eye, and fly so high that no bomb can reach them. Its no wonder they want to keep their technology a secret. Readers take a thrilling peek into the world of secret missions and futuristic tools. They learn about the history of spy planes and the daring pilots that fly them. Accessible content will draw in military enthusiasts and James Bond fans alike. In-depth sidebars augment the text further, and colorful photographs of the latest plane models will engage readers throughout.
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  • Planes

    Donald Grant

    Spiral-bound (My First Discoveries, Sept. 1, 2009)
    Find out people first learned to fly in hot air balloons and in small planes. Visit the cockpit of a large passenger liner.
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  • Planes

    Michael Johnstone

    Paperback (DK CHILDREN, March 15, 1994)
    An young aviator's addition to an exciting and informative series integrates lively text with full-color illustrations to draw the reader into the myriad of flying machines with a technical spread that details each part and its function.
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  • Planes

    Fiona Patchett

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2009)
    Discusses the parts of airplanes, what happens at airports, preparing airplanes for takeoff, taking off, navigating, landing, and different types of planes.
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  • Planes

    Gail Gibbons

    Board book (Holiday House, Jan. 15, 2019)
    A high-flying board book introducing all kinds of planes--from pontoons and propellers to the space shuttle!From early attempts at flight through modern jumbo jets, this board book, jam packed with more than 30 flying machines, will soar into the hands of your little ones. Featuring very simple text and bright illustrations introducing different planes, helicopters, jets and rockets, Planes will appeal to curious young readers and spark their interest in things that fly. Don't miss Gail Gibbons' other exciting board book transportation titles, including Boat Book, Trucks, and Bicycles!Acclaimed nonfiction author Gail Gibbons "has taught more preschoolers and early readers about the world than any other children's writer-illustrator" according to The Washington Post. These accessible, kid-friendly introductions to the world around us are now available in board-book form, simplified and formatted for the youngest readers and designed to spark their curiosity.
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  • Spy Planes

    Therese Shea

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library, Jan. 1, 2013)
    Today, the US military has spy planes that can fly faster than the speed of sound, take panoramic photographs in the blink of an eye, and fly so high that no bomb can reach them. Its no wonder they want to keep their technology a secret. Readers take a thrilling peek into the world of secret missions and futuristic tools. They learn about the history of spy planes and the daring pilots that fly them. Accessible content will draw in military enthusiasts and James Bond fans alike. In-depth sidebars augment the text further, and colorful photographs of the latest plane models will engage readers throughout.
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  • Planes

    Neil Morris

    Paperback (Silver Pr, Nov. 1, 1997)
    Describes the components of planes and how they work and traces the history of flight and its pioneers
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  • Planes

    David West

    Library Binding (Smart Apple Media, July 1, 2014)
    This new title introduces young readers to planes, from the earliest biplane to the modern spy plane. Large, vibrant images and easy-to-understand text is complemented by the Mechanic Mike chibi character and themed icons throughout the book offering detailed facts to educate the reader.
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