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The Little Dump Truck
Margery Cuyler - 2009
It's hard work, but the little dump truck is ready for action.Preschool children will revel in the day-to-day activities of this mighty dump truck. The lyrical text, bright pictures, and sturdy pages are just right for budding truck enthusiasts.
Byron Barton - 1986
With simple text and vibrant illustrations, readers will learn about transportation by plane. Byron Barton's Planes "will delight the youngest, and have enough meat for older preschoolers and beginning readers."—Kirkus ReviewsSupports the Common Core State Standards
Stanley the Farmer
William Bee - 2014
Stanley has to get on his tractor and plough the field. There's lots to be done, and friends to help him out, but will the seeds grow?Join Stanley and friends for an out-of-doors adventure in this colourful new series from William Bee...
Little Blue Truck Leads the Way
Alice Schertle - 2009
. . ! "Make Way!" The big city sure is a speedy, noisy place for a country truck like Blue. Everywhere Blue looks, he sees buses, police cars, taxis, vans, a street sweeper, and even the mayor’s limousine. With everyone pushing to be first, soon there’s a giant traffic jam! But even a wrangle-tangle is no match for Little Blue Truck, who comes to the rescue in true Blue style. Brimming with bright colors, sounds, and city energy, this new adventure makes working together and taking turns more fun than ever.
Calling All Cars
Sue Fliess - 2016
A perfect basic concept books for eager young learners from the author of Tons of Trucks. Then cruise into bedtime!Rest cars, Hush carsNo more rush, cars. Cars pull in, turn off the light. Sweet dreams, sleepy cars...goodnight!Filled with vibrant art, adorable animal characters, and cars of all kinds from love bugs to the demolition derby, Calling All Cars is for every child who loves to read about things that go! Surprise bonus -- follow one long road throughout this vividly imagined world and don't miss the hidden clues in the artwork!
Kersten Hamilton - 2016
When a family on a sailing outing gets stuck in a surprise storm, there's only one boat tough enough to handle the rocking waves and howling winds: Blue Boat! Completing the primary-colored series of books that have won fans across the country, the team behind RED TRUCK and YELLOW COPTER present their third rhyming book about a vehicle who saves the day.
Snakes on the Job
Kathryn Dennis - 2020
They slide into trucks and roll out slow. Hisssssssh goes the sound of the brakes.The busy snakes are back! This time, they are operating a variety of construction vehicles--bulldozers, diggers, backhoes and more--and what they are building is a surprise. It's so fun, that new friends want to join them!
But First, We Nap: A Little Book About Nap Time
David W. Miles - 2018
Rabbit doesn't. Who will win in the end? For every parent who's struggled to get their child to nap, But First, We Nap is a hilarious book to replace the naptime wrestle. Funny illustrations depict Rabbit upping his antics while the ever-patient sloth repeats, "But first, we nap." Finally worn out, Rabbit gives in, and the pair—and hopefully your child—snuggle and nod off. The perfect book for nap time!
Sally Sutton - 2012
Crush the stone. Chip and grind and munch. Make new concrete from the old. Whirr! Churr! Crunch!From the huge crane with a swinging ball (crack! ) to the toothy jaws that ram the walls (thwock! ), this rambunctious demolition, reverberating with sound words, is guaranteed to have small kids rapt. Bright spreads showcase the gargantuan machines in all their glory, and a pictorial glossary explains what each one can do.
The Little Snowplow
Lora Koehler - 2015
That is, until the little snowplow joins the crew. None of the other trucks think that the little snowplow can handle the big storms, but he knows that he can do it—and just to be sure, he trains hard, pushing loads of gravel, pulling blocks of concrete, and doing plow lifts to get ready. But when a blizzard arrives, will the little snowplow’s training be enough to clear the streets and handle unexpected trouble? Taking its place beside classics such as The Little Engine That Could and Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, this tale of a plucky little plow will find a clear path to readers’ hearts.