The Flying Machine Book: Build and Launch 35 Rockets, Gliders, Helicopters, Boomerangs, and More (Science in Motion) from Chicago Review Press

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Calling all future Amelia Earharts and Chuck Yeagers-- there's even more than one way to get off the ground! The Flying Machine Book will certainly show you ways to construct 35 easy-to-build and fun-to-fly devices that can be utilized indoors or out. Much better still, each of these rockets, gliders, boomerangs, launchers, and helicopters can be made for little or no cost utilizing recycled materials. Rubber bands, paper clips, straws, plastic bottles, and index cards can all be changed into fantastic, gravity-defying flyers, from Bottle Rockets to Grape Bazookas, Plastic Zippers to Maple Secret Helicopters.

Each task contains a materials list and detailed step-by-step directions with photos, along with a description of the science behind the leaflet. Use this details to customize and improve your designs, or discuss to your instructor why throwing a paper plane is a mini science lesson.

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