48 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
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"A Raspberry book." -- Title page verso.
Flying insects -- Butterflies -- Flying reptiles -- The first birds -- Lots of birds -- Bats -- Magical wings -- The flight of Icarus -- People take off! -- Gliders -- Flying machines -- From biplanes to supersonic planes -- Planes of the future -- Helicopters -- Wings in space -- Wings that don't fly -- Flying without wings -- Wandering albatross wings -- All sorts of birds.
"Wings takes readers on a fact-packed flight over a fascinating subject. Written by Tracey Turner, it offers a bird's-eye view of the first airplanes, the fastest jet planes, beetles, birds, winged horses, flying dragons--even winged unicorns. There's fun, easy-to-read information on wings of all kinds, including plenty of STEM material, presented in a mixture of text and speech bubbles that's perfect for readers aged 7 plus. With Fatti Burke's stylish and colorful illustrations, Wings is a wonderful journey of discovery."--Amazon.
Birds, bees, biplanes, and other things with wings