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Well laid-out, and packed with information and interactive tests and activities to develop skills and understanding, this is just the book for anyone interested in becoming a pilot. It will tell them everything they need to know about flying helicopters, jets and commercial aircraft, from what the controls on a helicopter do, to the make-up of a jet engine. There are practical projects to try and readers can make a rotocopter or a string radio, and work out how much fuel you would need to pilot a plane round the USA. Once each section is complete, children add a sticker before graduating to the next task. Added extras in this terrific book include a press-out and make model plane. ~ Andrea Reece
One of a number of titles in the 'Academy' series. To go to our special 'Academy' series category click here.
Packed full of great illustrations, fun facts, and absorbing activities, kids will go on a fascinating journey in which they take off, navigate and land in an aeroplane. Practical projects help readers pick up the basics in a fun, hands-on way. From making a rotocopter, a string radio, and a kite to getting to know a flight deck and working out a flight itinerary, this book is a must for young aeroplane enthusiasts.
|Publication date:||1st March 2018|
|Publisher:||Ivy Kids an imprint of The Ivy Press|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||Transport, Work / Industry|
Steve Martin (London, UK) is a writer, former English teacher, and author of numerous children's books on a wide range of subjects, including The Boys' Book of Adventure, Numberland, and Ivy Kids' Astronaut Academy.More About Steve Martin