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Radio-Controlled Car Experiments

Series: Cool Science Projects with Technology

By Ed Sobey, PhD

How does a radio-controlled car work? Author Ed Sobey guides readers as they take apart and rebuild their own radio-controlled car. In the process readers will also learn about radio waves, acceleration, towing capacity, battery voltage, and more! Many experiments include ideas you can use for your own science fair projects.

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"This title would be a very good selection for middle school libraries and also for some high school libraries where there is interest or need for books that include science projects about automobiles, radio-controlled cars, and mechanics."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, March 2011

"The projects will intrigue kids who want to stretch their abilities in engineering, but may not grab kids who are hanging back."

Children's Literature

"Each collection of experiments encourages science aficionados to explore in-depth such items as motors and electrical circuits along with forces and motion."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2011

"These titles are winners."

School Library Journal, April 2011

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