How ships work : explore the world of ships inside and out with loads of flaps to lift!
210730s2020 enka c 000 0 eng d
|aHow ships work :|bexplore the world of ships inside and out with loads of flaps to lift! /|cby Clive Gifford & illustrated by James Gulliver Hancock.
|aExplore the world of ships inside and out with loads of flaps to lift!
|aLondon :|bLonely Planet Global Limited,|c2020.
|a1 v. (unpaged) :|bcol. ill. ;|c26 x 29 cm.
|aLonely planet kids
|a"Explore the world of ships inside and out with loads of flaps to lift"--on cover.
|a"Coming about! From dinghies to freight liners, pirate ships to submarines, across oceans and up rivers, set sail on a fascinating journey through the world of ships in this new book from illustrator James Gulliver Hancock. In this companion to How Airports Work and How Trains Work, young readers travel through history and around the world to find out everything they ever wanted to know about ships. Lift the flaps to unfurl papyrus sails on an Ancient Egyptian ship sailing up the Nile, tour a historic Spanish galleon, zoom across the water at almost 320 miles per hour in a speedboat, and much more."--Amazon.
Illustrator: James Gulliver Hancock is a well traveled illustrator known for his playful illustration style. His obsession with drawing everything in the world has seen him work for major projects around the globe, seeing his work appear on everything from billboards, to TV commercials, to ceramics, to books, to board games...