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Ultimate Trains

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Today's trains are sleeker, greener and faster than ever before. Tomorrow's trains could travel through space at 23 times the speed of sound -- nearly 30 000 km/h (19 000 m.p.h.)! But did you know that train technology goes back 5 000 years? All aboard Ultimate Trains, which takes readers on a trip through the evolution of train technology, bringing to life the trains of y ...more
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by Kids Can Press
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Peter McMahon is an award-winning science journalist who has worked for, Discovery, written for The Toronto Star, the kids publication YES Mag, CAA online magazine, and written science features for such magazines as Canadian Geographic and Today’s Parent.

In February of 2010, he covered health science stories at the Vancouver Winter Games for

While serving as senior
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