Acronis is a brave red-haired girl who loves watching her brother compete in a racecar. When she finds out that somebody wiped important computer data to prevent her brother from winning the next race, she goes on a quest. Will she catch the spy? Will her brother win the race? The answers lie within this engaging educational book.
Illustrations by the world's renowned artists
COLORFUL ILLUSTRATIONS BRING THE STORY TO LIFE, HELPING TO DRAW CHILDREN INTO THE NARRATIVE.
There is a spy at the track. Can you spot who it is?
There was a big crash. How can the team recover?
Learning is fun!
Test your knowledge about motorsports
About the author
Alexey Kavokin, born 1970 in
St. Petersburg, is a Professor at the Physics and Astronomy School of the University of Southampton, a Head of the Spin Optics Laboratory at the State University of St. Petersburg, a Scientific Director of the Mediterranean Institute of Fundamental Physics, and a Principal Investigator at the Russian Quantum Centre. Previously published books include "Microcavities" (Oxford University Press, 2007), "Cavity Polaritons" (Elsevier, 2003), "Saladin the Cat" (ERA, 2006), "Men of Science" (Altasphera, 2014). His interests include history, chess, and cooking.