The Science of Seafaring: The Float-Tastic Facts about Ships by Anne Rooney
Do you have a little one who loves all things sea-faring and shiptastic? Explore how methods of moving over the sea have changed through the centuries with this fascinating book!
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This fascinating guide to the science of seafaring explores how methods of moving over the sea have changed through the centuries, from using oars and simple sails to huge nuclear powered ships. It covers how technology has allowed us to stay afloat, navigate, move through water, and survive bad weather - and even go below the surface, as in the iconic submarine.
Suitable for Ages: 8+