How Fast Is It?

How Fast Is It?
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ISBN10: 
0439918677
ISBN13: 
9780439918671
Pages: 
48
Published: 
November 1st 2008 by Scholastic Reference
Rating: 
4.09

Discover how fast (and slow) things are in this visually dynamic series.

Twenty-two full-color, full-page spreads convey the quickness (or lack) of the most ordinary things in a unique and amazing way.

Examples:
* How fast is a bullet-bike?
* Which one is faster? A coyote or a roadrunner?
* Can a sneeze be faster than a tennis serve?
* How fast is the population growing?
* What is the fastest-growing plant?

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