Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines

Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines – AD sent for review and giveaway

My nine-year-old son loves anything to do with engineering so the new Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines book from Quarto is just up his street.  The hardback book is aimed at children aged 7 years and over and looks at fifteen different vehicles spanning the centuries.

Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines

From an 18th century Galley ship to a 20th-century tunnel boring machine, there’s something for everyone to enjoy learning about.

18th century adventure galley

Written by Pascale Hedelin, with illustrations from Lou Rihn, Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines gives children a factual presentation of each vehicle, how they were used and how people lived and worked in them.

Titanic

My son has learned about RMS Titanic at school and it’s a vessel that’s always fascinated me.  In Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines, we get to see below deck.  I had no idea that it was the first ship to have its own heated swimming pool.

tank

Tanks have also become a big thing here over the last year and my son loved all the information that the book provides on the different parts of the tank.

space station

Who isn’t fascinated by space and the crafts that orbit the earth?

aeroplane

We’ve seen the Airbus A380 at Birmingham Airport and it’s massive.  One of my friends travels on it regularly to and from Dubai and it’s an aeroplane my son would love to fly aboard one day.

Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines is an interesting read, and if you have a child who enjoys learning about facts, then this will be a good book for them to enjoy too.

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I’m pleased to be able to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines worth £14.99.  Complete the Gleam form below and good luck!

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The giveaway will close on 16th June 2019 at midnight.

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Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines worth £14.99

86 thoughts on “Supersize Cross Sections Inside Engines – AD sent for review and giveaway

  1. I would be fascinated to see inside a pirate ship, they always puzzle me on tv programmes as to where they all sleep!

  2. I find old aircraft fascinating, so maybe a Lancaster or spitfire. Would be interesting to take a closer look at all the engineering skill that got them airborne

  3. The international space station – I love knowing that people are living in space right now, and it’s fascinating to see how that works.

  4. A Spitfire or Concorde would be the boys choice as they have heard so much about both of these planes from their Grandad

  5. I would love to see the inside of a Pirate Ship because I think it would be exciting and I would love to see all their treasure. I’d also love to see inside the Titanic just because I think it would be really interesting.

  6. I’d like to see inside of a space craft in the year 3000, as it would be fascinating to see what they would be like in the future

  7. I’d love to see inside a space shuttle as they are amazing and I have seen shuttle launches and things n the usa

  8. Space Rockets for travelling to Mars, trips to outer space, would be great to see the construct of such great flying vessels

  9. the space station – i’d never ever get to see anything like that in real life and the fact it travels in space is amazing

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