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Building Type Series Books: Airport, Roller Coaster, Stadium, Subway

  • $ 12.00


Building a Subway

The city has a traffic problem. Cars jam the roads. Buses are busy and full. There is no more room for roads. The city's government comes up with a solution. They can build a subway. Subway trains run through tunnels under the city's streets. It will not be an easy project. It will take 15 years to finish! The city gets started

By Annie C. Holdren

Building an Airport

Flying in airplanes is the fastest way to travel far distances. Airports are the places people go to when they want to fly. Every state has at least one airport. But as city grows, the people need a better way to fly. What does the city do? It decides to build its own airport.

By Karen Latchana Kenney

Building a Roller Coaster

Do you like big thrills? Do fast speeds sound fun? Roller coasters are made for people who like excitement. Every good theme park has at least one. Each roller coaster is special. They all go up really high. They have twists and turns. They might have lots of loops. And the best part is that they are super fast.

By Karen Latchana Kenney

Building a Stadium

News flash! A professional football team is moving to the city. But there's nowhere for the team to play. A stadium must be built. It has to be big enough to seat up to 70,000 fans. But for a project that big, the city wants a stadium for other sports and big concerts. They get to work on a stadium everyone can use.

By Angie Smibert

DETAILS:
Amicus, 2018
Ages 7-10
Paperback, 32 pages
6.6 x 0.4 x 9.5 inches

 


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