Science Comics: Flying Machines

How the Wright Brothers Soared by Alison Wilgus

  • Published: Aug 18, 2020

A National Science Teachers Association Best STEM Books of 2017 Take to the skies with Flying Machines! Follow the famous aviators from their bicycle shop in Dayton, Ohio, to the fields of North Carolina where they were to make their famous flights. In an... read more

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Details of Science Comics: Flying Machines

Exact title of the book
Science Comics: Flying Machines
Book author
Alison Wilgus
ISBN
9781250169426
Book series
Science Comics
Publisher
First Second
Published
May 23, 2017
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
File size (in PDF)
1152 kB

Some brief overview of book

A National Science Teachers Association Best STEM Books of 2017 Take to the skies with Flying Machines! Follow the famous aviators from their bicycle shop in Dayton, Ohio, to the fields of North Carolina where they were to make their famous flights. In an era of dirigibles and hot air balloons, the Wright Brothers were among the first innovators of heavier than air flight.

But in the hotly competitive international race toward flight, Orville and Wilbur were up against a lot more than bad weather. Mechanical failures, lack of information, and even other aviators complicated the Wright Brothers journey. Though they werent as wealthy as their European counterparts, their impressive achievements demanded attention on the international stage.

Thanks to their carefully recorded experiments and a healthy dash of bravery, the Wright Brothers flying machines took off.

About author

Wilgus is a Brooklyn-based author of comics and prose. She got her start as an animation writer onCodename Kids Next Door, and her work has since been published by Scholastic, Nickelodeon Magazine, Del Rey, Dark Horse, and Tor. com, among others. Molly Brooks grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, received her MFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts, and is currently based in Brooklyn.

Her illustrations have appeared in The Village Voice, The Guardian, The Boston Globe,Time Out New York, The Toast, BUST Magazine, Sports Illustrated online, and elsewhere.

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