Written by Michael Hearst
Think you know vehicles? Think again!
Unconventional Vehicles is a nonfiction collection of 45 of the strangest, most unconventional vehicles that have ever existed.
Vehicles include an underwater battery-powered scooter, a carriage pulled by ostriches, a hot air balloon shaped like the Cathedral of Saint Gall, and five different jet packs.
- Filled with history, science, technology, engineering, and interesting bits of trivia, all in one kid-appealing package
- Part of the Uncommon Compendiums series
- Vehicles range from submersibles to dirigibles.
Unconventional Vehicles explores very strange modes of transportation for vehicle fans, rocket inventors, budding space-and-aeronautics experts, and anyone who’s ever thought, “Why can’t I ride a motorized suitcase through the airport?”
Brimming with fascinating facts and diagrams presented with wit and humor, this book is sure to enthrall vehicle enthusiasts of every age.