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Resources

Chant, Chris (1982). Jetliner: From Takeoff to Touch Down. Franklin Watts. Tracing a Boeing 747 from take-off to landing.

Friedi, Alfred (1986). Teaching Science to Children: An Integrated Approach. Random House, NY. "Teaching Children About Air and Air Pressure," pp. 121-133.

Ridiman, Bob (1972). Simple Science Fun: Experiences with Light, Sound, Air & Water. Parents Magazine Press, NY. Making pinwheels, p. 39.

Rosenfield, Sam (1969). Science Experiments with Air. Harvey House, Inc., NY.

Simon, Seymour (1985). The Paper Airplane Book. Puffin. Experiments with paper airplanes to demonstrate the principles of flight and aircraft design.

Seymour, Simon (1975). Projects with Air. Franklin Watts, Inc., NY.

Smith, Henry (1982). Amazing Air. Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, NY.

Wyler, Rose. Science Fun with Toy Boats and Planes. Simon & Shuster, NY. ISBN 0-671-55573-1.

Zisfein, Melvin (1981). Flight: A Panorama of Aviation. Pantheon. Flight is explored from Icarus to the space shuttle.