SCIENCE SECRETS -AIRPLANES

SCIENCE SECRETS -AIRPLANES

This book is for everyone who wants to know the secret science inside airplanes. From bird flaps to flying planes, we learn about 4 forces. Air is important to why planes fly too. There are connections between wedge-shaped tools and jet wings. When we understand Science, we soar!


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