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.
ON THE ROAD
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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