• Behind the Wheel: poems about driving by Janet S. Wong  Through 36 poems that range in subject from passing the written driver's test, borrowing a car, and parallel parking to being pulled over by a cop, car accidents, and parents' anxieties, this collection touches on subjects of concern to young people, love, death, hopes and dreams (ALA Quick Pick 2000). </FONT></P>
    • Big Book of Cars by Trevor Lord.
    • Drive" by Diana Wieler
    • From a Buick 8  Stephen King-  Echoing CHRISTINE, an earlier novel about a homicidal car, this latest Stephen King tale delves into the psyche of a Buick Road master locked up in the state police barracks. The car is suspected of having something to do with several people's disappearance.
    • Lowriders" by Robert Genat (2001) Sonny's War is a car enthusiast.
    • Philo Fortune's awesome journey to his comfort zone / Julian F. Thompson. ,
    • Rules of the Road. Bauer
    • Stetson by Rottman...
    • The Beetle and Me: A Love Story" by Karen Romano Young.  The main character, 15 year old Daisy, comes from a family of car buffs, race-car drivers, and both male and female mechanics; and as a result, is just about the best teenage mechanic around without a drivers' license.
    • The Car by Gary Paulsen.  A teen boy, abandoned by both parents at the same time, builds a kit car he finds in his garage and sets out to find an uncle; along the way he befriends a Vietnam vet with his own problems.
    • The Rolling thunder series (Tom Doherty) stock car racing.

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