by Tunis, Edwin, 1897-1973.
Traces the building of boats, from the first dugout to the latest submarines and steamships, describing new principles incorporated into the vessels to improve navigation and safety. Full description
Stickmen's guide to watercraft
Mighty machines. Ships ahoy! Super machines. Ohé, du bateau!
Boats on the move
The tavern at the ferry
--If you sailed on the Mayflower in 1620
Colonial craftsmen and the beginnings of American industry
You wouldn't want to sail on the Mayflower! : a trip that took entirely too long
Sailing to Capri [LP]
Sailing to Capri
Full steam ahead
How ships work : explore the world of ships inside and out with loads of flaps to lift!
Sailing into the abyss : a true story of extreme heroism on the high seas
The man with the silver Oar
Sailing with the wind
Set sail for murder : a Henrie O mystery
Danger and diamonds : a mystery at sea
Can you survive. Jules Verne's 20,000 leagues under the sea : a Choose Your Path book
Bluewater journal : the voyage of the Sea Tiger
You wouldn't want to sail with Christopher Columbus! : uncharted waters you'd rather not cross
Amphibious assault ships
The steam engine
You wouldn't want to sail with Christopher Columbus! : uncharted waters you'd rather not cross / written by Fiona Macdonald ; illustrated by David Antram ; created and designed by David Salariya
On the Mayflower : the voyage of the ship's apprentice and a passenger girl
Set sail for murder
> Juvenile nonfiction
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