(1936 - )
David Weitzman is a school teacher, writer and illustrator. Most of his books deal with the history of technology.
His website: http://www.weitzmanbooks.com/
The story of the Curtiss JN-4D trainer, affectionately known as the Jenny by her pilots.
A British steam engine is brought to America and adapted for local conditions.
The construction of a 4-4-0 from draftsman to delivery.
Describes how Henry Ford built his Model T.
The story of the building of the American super-frigate U.S.S. Constitution.
Pharaoh’s Boat (2009)
Shows how the Egyptians built a boat to take Pharaoh Cheops to the underworld.
Howard prepares a mould for casting at the Old Knight Foundry.
Rama and Sita (2002)
A retelling of a Hindu epic poem.
Raphael and the Noble Task (2000)
The denizens of the Cathedral, both of flesh and stone, rally around when a baby is left in their care.
Samuel Cody came to England with a Wild West show and stayed to build her first aeroplanes.
A Subway for New York (2005)
How they built the first subway in New York City.
The story of the building of #1070, prototype locomotive of the Berkshire class 2-8-4 by the Lima Locomotive Works.
Peter gets to help when the steam thrasher comes to his father’s farm.
Explains the history and engineering of the infrastructure of our country.
A guide to exploring local history.