Sunday, August 11, 2019

Science Comics: Cars: Engines that Move You by Dan Zettwoch - OPTIONAL

Science Comics: Cars: Engines that Move You by Dan Zettwoch, 121 pages.  NON-FICTION/GRAPHIC NOVEL  First Second (Roaring Brook), 2019.  $13.  

Content: Language: G; Mature Content: G; Violence: G.  



This book covers all sorts of facts about cars.  There is a history of how cars were developed as well as the different types of cars.  There is an explanation of combustion and how cars work with detailed illustrations of the inside of cars.  There is also a lot of illustrations of many ways that cars have evolved over time.  

This book has so many details that it would require a more advanced reader to understand the content.  The illustrations are overwhelmingly detailed and for some odd reason most of the people illustrated have one of their eyeballs popping out of their heads.  If you have a car lover, they might be interested in this book.  

Reviewer, C. Peterson.

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