Gr 2-3–These titles suffer from a lack of imagination, real material, and a limited vocabulary. The first chapter of each title is almost identical, with terms specific to the topic substituted where needed. The chapters feature brief information in an easy-to-read font accompanied by a large color photo or two smaller ones on two-thirds of the spread. Actual participants in the sport are shown and named, and safety is stressed. Vocabulary is simplistic; e.g., the frame of the ATV is described as holding its parts together. A similar statement appears in most of the other titles. Dune Buggies states three times that some buggies are driven on the street. The authors assume that readers have never heard of gasoline. Various parts of each vehicle are labeled, and defined with limited success, and captions are sometimes redundant.