How do you make a lowrider bounce? Spark early readers' natural curiosity about cool rides with this inquiry-based nonfiction approach to lowriders. Lowriding means riding low and slow in a mobile work of art. Popularized in the 1940s by Mexican Americans in California, lowriding became a way to show pride in Chicano culture. Later, added hydraulic suspensions let the cars move up and down as if they were dancing. Appeal to budding car lovers with this question-and-answer book covering lowrider parts, paint jobs, and history. Simple infographics draw in browsers and visual learners. This North American Spanish translation includes a Stay Curious! feature that encourages kids to keep asking questions while doubling as a mini media literacy lesson on research skills. Includes glossary and index.