How to Build a Car – Book Review by Steve Purdy


Are you looking for a gift for your child? How about  a real, hardbound, colorful, intriguing book? Here’s one you can consider for your youngsters – boys or girls, perhaps 5- to 10-years-old, whether or not they are interested in cars – called How to Build a Car: A high-speed adventure of mechanics, teamwork and friendship. The rich illustrations will first catch their eye and pique their interest in this action-packed, purposeful book.

My Michigan-based colleague Steve Purdy provides a nice review of this new book.

Click here to read why Steve has to say.


About urbandriverchicago

Mechanical engineer and automobile enthusiast with extensive auto industry experience now writing about vehicles for urban and city use.
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