Bicycle

  • Auteur: David V. Herlihy
  • ISBN: 9780300120479
  • Date de sortie: 2004
  • Collection: Yale University Press
  • Total Download: 4731
  • Total Read: 5035

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In this, the ultimate history of the bicycle, David Herlihy recounts the saga of this far-reaching invention and the passions it aroused. The pioneer racer insisted the bicycle would become "as common as umbrellas." Mark Twain was more skeptical, enjoining his reader to "get a bicycle. You will not regret it-if you live." Herlihy shows readers why the bicycle captured the public's imagination and the myriad ways in which it reshaped the world.

The Bicycle Book

  • Auteur: Bella Bathurst
  • ISBN: 0007433611
  • Date de sortie: 2011-03-31
  • Collection: HarperCollins UK
  • Total Download: 9990
  • Total Read: 7911

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A rip-roaring narrative celebration of the 21st century’s great transport success story: the bicycle. Millions of us now cycle, some obsessively, and this glorious concoction of history, anecdote, adventure and lycra-clad pedalling is the perfect read for two-wheelers of all kinds.

The Girl and the Bicycle

  • Auteur: Mark Pett
  • ISBN: 1442483202
  • Date de sortie: 2014-04-29
  • Collection: Simon and Schuster
  • Total Download: 9248
  • Total Read: 5425

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From the creator of The Boy and the Airplane, a touching wordless picture book about a little girl, a shiny bicycle, and the meaning of persistence—with an unexpected payoff. A little girl sees a shiny new bicycle in the shop window. She hurries home to see if she has enough money in her piggy bank, but when she comes up short, she knocks on the doors of her neighbors, hoping to do their yardwork. They all turn her away except for a kindly old woman. The woman and the girl work through the seasons, side by side. They form a tender friendship. When the weather warms, the girl finally has enough money for the bicycle. She runs back to the store, but the bicycle is gone! What happens next shows the reward of hard work and the true meaning of generosity. Wordless, timeless, and classic, The Girl and the Bicycle carries a message of selflessness and sweet surprises and makes an ideal gift for graduations and other special occasions.

By Bicycle

  • Auteur: Cassie Mayer
  • ISBN: 9781403483980
  • Date de sortie: 2006
  • Collection: Capstone Classroom
  • Total Download: 4284
  • Total Read: 2037

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Explains how bicycles work, and describes how people use bicycles in daily life.

Of Bicycles Bakelites and Bulbs

  • Auteur: Wiebe E. Bijker
  • ISBN: 9780262522274
  • Date de sortie: 1997
  • Collection: MIT Press
  • Total Download: 1468
  • Total Read: 6113

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The stories of the safety bicycle, the first truly synthetic plastic, and the fluorescent light bulb -each a fascinating case study in itself- reflect a cross-section of time periods, engineering and scientific disciplines, and economic, social, and political cultures. The bicycle story explores such issues as the role of changing gender relationships in shaping a technology; the Bakelite story examines the ways in which social factors intrude even in cases of seemingly pure chemistry and entrepreneurship; and the fluorescent bulb story offers insights into the ways in which political and economic relationships can affect the form of a technology.

The Bicycle

  • Auteur: Larry Hills
  • ISBN: 9780736826686
  • Date de sortie: 2004-07-01
  • Collection: Capstone
  • Total Download: 9964
  • Total Read: 8971

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Introduces the history and development of the bicycle and explains how a bicycle works. Includes information on some of the inventors who were influential of the invention of the bicycle.

Which Way Did the Bicycle Go

  • Auteur: Joseph D. E. Konhauser
  • ISBN: 9780883853252
  • Date de sortie: 1996-01-01
  • Collection: Cambridge University Press
  • Total Download: 8063
  • Total Read: 4818

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The best problems selected from over 25 years of the Problem of the Week at Macalester College.
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