THE WHEEL ROLLS OVER by Alfred Olschewski

THE WHEEL ROLLS OVER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Art and science combine admirably in this charming depiction of how the wheel developed from a rolling stone to a gigantic machine capable of changing man's way of life. First man employed animals to move the wheel. Later he mounted magnificent and functional carriages on top of wheels. Later steam made wheels go round and finally wheels made machines. These in turn led gradually toward our jet-propelled methods of transportation.

Pub Date: Sept. 12th, 1962
Publisher: Little, Brown