Big Book of Big Machines by Minna Lacey
  

Big Book of Big Machines

Written by Minna Lacey
Illustrated by Gabriele Antonini

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This is the perfect book for kids who go bonkers over big machines - well in that case it's virtually all boys, and their dads of course! It features some of the world's biggest machines found on building sites, farms, airports and dockyards including one of the biggest machines ever, the bucket-wheel excavator used in mining. For the biggest of machines, it includes two giant foldout pages.

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Big Book of Big Machines by Minna Lacey

About the Author

Minna Lacey

Minna Lacey has been writing books for Usborne since 2004, about all kinds of topics - from machines and nature to Christopher Columbus and the Olympics. Born in London, Minna worked as a journalist in Bogota, Colombia, and New York before returning to London to write. She loves reading, drawing, photography, ping pong and Salsa dancing and has two children called Finn and Poppy.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Minna Lacey
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

29th January 2010

ISBN

9781409507314

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