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Hello, School Bus! (Scholastic Reader: Level 1)
Synopses & Reviews
In this first book in a series of three Scholastic Reader titles about vehicles, comes a simple Level 1 rhyme about riding on the school bus!
We wave. We meet.
We watch and wait.
Yes--here it comes!
We won't be late.
Hello, school bus!
This is the first book in a series of three new Scholastic Reader titles about vehicles. Hello, School Bus! is a simple rhyming story for Level 1 readers about the experience of riding on a school bus. Fun colorful illustrations add energy and excitement to this transportation book.
I love you long distance, across all those miles. Sometimes parents divorce. Sometimes mom or dad is sent overseas to fight. And sometimes cherished members of the familyand#8212;grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousinsand#8212;live too far away to see every day. This sweet rhyming story, written from the child's point of view, is a love letter to those who may not be geographically nearand#8212;but remain very close at heart.
This first book in a series about vehicles is a simple rhyming story for Level 1 readers about the experience of riding on a school bus. Fun colorful illustrations add energy and excitement to this transportation book.
About the Author
Marjorie Blain Parker has written many picture books, including When Dads Don't Grow Up (Dial Books for Young Readers), Hello, School Bus! (Scholastic), and Mama's Little Duckling (Dutton Children's Books), which School Library Journal called "a standout." She lives in Denver, CO. Check out more of Marjorie's work at marjorieblainparker.com.and#160;
Jed Henry lives in Provo, UT. Most recently he's the author and illustrator of Cheer Up, Mouse! (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) and I Speak Dinosaur! (Abrams). His book Can't Wait Till Christmas, written by Mike Huckabee, was a New York Times bestseller.
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