Books we used:
Watts, Franklin. Automobiles. New York: Alladin Books. 1985.
Sutton, Richard. EyeWitness Books: The Car. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1990.
Bender, Lionel. EyeWitness Books: Invention. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1991.
Olney, Ross R. The Internal Combustion Engine. New York: J.B. Lippincott. 1982.
Carbett,Scott. What About The Wankel Engine. New York: Four Wind Press. 1974.
Macaulay, David. The Way Things Work. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1988.
Time Life Books. The Time Life Book of the Family Car. New York: Time Life Books. 1973
Reader's Digest Complete Car Care Manual. New York: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. 1981.
Rawson, Christopher and King, Colin. How Machines Work. Tulsa: EDC Publishing. 1993.
The pictures we used in the project were taken during our research for the ThinkQuest Junior project and have not been published anywhere else. Mr. Bennett owns a local auto repair shop and is a parent of one of the students in our class. He provided the parts for the pictures and took the pictures of parts too big to bring into the school. He also helped us to identify the different parts and what they do.
We interviewed Mr. John Michel. He helped us understand the differences between internal combustion, diesel, and steam engines.
We would like to thank our teacher Mrs. Wensley, and our other coach Mrs. Gilman for helping us to learn more about our topic and how to do research. We would also like to thank Mrs. Bundy for showing us what Java Script is. Mr. Michel and Mr. Bennett were very, very helpful for the more technical parts of our project.