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Drones for Fun

by Jason Brainard
Publisher: PowerKids Press
Release Date: 2019-12-15
Genre: Electronic books
Pages: 24 pages
ISBN 13: 1725309211
ISBN 10: 9781725309210
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle

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Synopsis : Drones for Fun written by Jason Brainard, published by PowerKids Press which was released on 2019-12-15. Download Drones for Fun Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. They're drones! You may have already seen your first drone. While they were once only found in science fiction stories, today flying drones is an exciting, or lively and interesting, new hobby that can be fun to master. -- Not long ago, drones were considered futuristic, and few people had an opportunity to play with one. Most were reserved for professional purposes, but that's all changed! Today, anyone can buy and fly a drone right in their own backyard. Drones come in all shapes and sizes. Some drones cost hundreds of dollars, but others are much more affordable for the casual drone hobbyist. Readers will learn how drones fly and all the ways the average person can have fun playing with them. Photographs of hobby drones, as well as kids and adults using them, will excite and inspire young readers.

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