Crashed Smashed and Mashed: A Trip to Junkyard Heaven (Salmansohn, Karen. Alexandra Rambles on.)

Crashed Smashed and Mashed A Trip to Junkyard Heaven Salmansohn Karen Alexandra Rambles on Describes what happens to cars when they reach the junkyard explains how fluids tires engines batteries radios and sheet metal are removed and reused or recycled and tells how computers aid in fi

  • Title: Crashed Smashed and Mashed: A Trip to Junkyard Heaven (Salmansohn, Karen. Alexandra Rambles on.)
  • Author: Joyce Slayton Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9781582460345
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Describes what happens to cars when they reach the junkyard explains how fluids, tires, engines, batteries, radios, and sheet metal are removed and reused or recycled and tells how computers aid in finding parts to fix cars.

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    445 thoughts on “Crashed Smashed and Mashed: A Trip to Junkyard Heaven (Salmansohn, Karen. Alexandra Rambles on.)”

    1. Great for the cars enthusiasts. My preschooler son found it interesting to learn about the different parts of the wrecked cars and see them being taken apart. We found the text/explanation of the welding buggy poor and somewhat confusing. The pictures for most of the text were very appropriate.


    2. Maybe a 3.5. My boys are vehicle fans and they loved the photos of a real junkyard. Some of the vocabulary is a bit advanced but there is a glossary in the back of the book. Better than your average book of this type.


    3. Asher (4 yo) loves this book. It's a photographic journey of what happens to a crashed car when it goes to junk yard heaven. The story is really very factual and almost textbook like. The photos are pretty good - though you can tell the story is a bit dated by the computer screen shot!


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