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by Joe Kaufman

Category: Technology
Subcategory: Science books
Author: Joe Kaufman
ISBN: 0307157679
ISBN13: 978-0307157676
Language: English
Publisher: Golden Pr; First Edition edition (June 1, 1971)
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What Makes It Float? Hardcover – June 1, 1971

What Makes It Float? Hardcover – June 1, 1971. by. Joe Kaufman (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. While the information in this book is somewhat dated (published in 1971) it contains good cut-away pictures and explanantions of basic everyday methods of transportation (boats, planes, cars) as well as telephones, rockets, etc. that are easy to understand for the younger child (not toddler). 6 people found this helpful.

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I remember how my children enjoyed the book in the 1980's and so did I. To me it's still excellent reading both for children and adults.

Oct 29, 2019 Martti rated it it was amazing. Kaufman presents a basic introduction to the mechanics and the concepts behind a variety of appliances, machines, and vehicles. The book is especially designed for young readers. It has plenty of excellent illustrations which are both informative and humorous. I remember how my children enjoyed the book in the 1980's and so did I. To me it's still excellent reading both for children and adults

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What Makes It Float? Golden Pr, Hardcover, 1971. About Joe Kaufman (Author) : Joe Kaufman is a published author of children's books. Joe kaufman's what makes IT go? What makes IT work? What makes IT fly? What makes IT float? Golden Pr, Paperback, 1971. more View Joe Kaufman's profile.

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What Makes It Go, Work, Fly, Float? by Joe Kaufman. Select Format: Hardcover. I still have my '70s copy of this book, and my daughters (5 and 7) now like it too. While some items are out of date - the 8mm movie camera, the rotary phone, the record player and reel-to-reel home tape deck - most hold up surprisingly well.

What Makes It Float? Joe Kaufman ~ Golden Press, 1977. Though some of the info in this book is wildly outdated, it still totally rocks

What Makes It Float? Joe Kaufman ~ Golden Press, 1977. Though some of the info in this book is wildly outdated, it still totally rocks. Not completely sure who Joe Kaufman was/is (fill me in someone please) other than an amazing illustrator, but the way all things are explained here and the incredibly cool cut-a-ways make this a book I sometimes "accidentally" leave in the bathroom to peruse myself. My son is just starting to get into asking how things work, so it was an ideal time for this book to arrive in my possession

Colorful drawings and text explain the way in which one hundred devices work ranging from clocks and bicycles to escalators and lunar modules
Comments to eBook Joe Kaufman's What Makes It Go? What Makes It Work? What Makes It Fly? What Makes It Float?
lacki
Having this book as a child was one of the most inspiring things I owned. It is still easy to pour over it for hours. While many may think it is obsolete because the technology is old, I would argue that you should know how you arrived at the current state of tech. How many kids even know what a rotary phone is? You can appreciate the functional engineering in old mechanical things that doesn't exist with electronics. The cover has changed, but the content is the same. It's worthy of any library.
Milleynti
This is an extremely interesting book. My children learned from it and now I want my grand children to be able to read it. So I bought a copy for each household.
Arcanefire
I LOVED this book as a child, I still think back to many of it's explanations. There are a few dated references in it but it's still jam-packed with great, educational and fun info. I can't wait until my son can enjoy it as I did.
Bluddefender
I had this book as a child and am loving the nostalgia this one is bringing...
Vijora
My kids found it as interesting as I did when I was growing up in the 1970s
Wooden Purple Romeo
I remember this from my childhood, and I can't wait to see my oldest when he opens it at Xmas.
Dilmal
Just lucked into a copy of this awesome book at our local book shop; it's an absolute treat for my preschool daughter and I to read together. If you have a youngster around that is interested in building, I highly recommend reading this book to them. Lots of wonderful cartoons and diagrams of how the appliances around your house function, and great illustrations of physics concepts that kids can grasp easily. Of course there is also the illustration of the Saturn V Rocket, as well, and we have spent many nights just talking about how the astronauts aboard conducted their trips to the moon.
I still have my '70s copy of this book, and my daughters (5 and 7) now like it too. While some items are out of date -- the 8mm movie camera, the rotary phone, the record player and reel-to-reel home tape deck -- most hold up surprisingly well. Cars and televisions and pianos haven't fundamentally changed much, after all. My girls are as mesmerized by the cartoon cutaway view of the ocean liner as I was when it was the first thing I learned to read by myself 30 years ago. If only the introduction didn't suggest that people and dinosaurs lived together. :)
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