Wells, Robert E. What’s Faster Than A Speeding Cheetah. Albert Whitman, 1998. ISBN 0- 8075-2281-3. $14.95. 32 pp. A K-3 NF Reviewed by Annette Van Wagenen Children enjoy learning about fast things. So pose the question What’s faster than a speeding cheetah? and see what answers you get. This book will keep you whirling as it compares fast animals to faster animals. It speeds up when it compares the fastest animal to airplanes, rockets, and other orbital objects. The delightful cartoon-like pictures help illustrate speed comparisons. Animals sport astronaut suits, and children drive space ships. A graph at the end of the book reviews the information in an easy-to-understand format.
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