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Other titles in the Ready-To-Read Jon Scieszka's Trucktown - Level 1 series:
Trucks Line Up (Ready-To-Read Jon Scieszka's Trucktown - Level 1)by Jon Scieszka
Synopses & Reviews
Monster Truck Max is about to stack barrels to the max at the Monster Truck Rally, but Tow Truck Ted is the only one who shows up to support him. Ted wants to find the rest of the Trucktown crew, and young readers can help him by turning the safety-tested plastic steering wheel that is embedded into the back cover of this interactive board book. Kids will steer right toward nonstop fun!
Jack Truck takes the lead in this “Ready-to-Roll” with colorful rebus icons throughout. As Jack calls out colors and characteristics, the Trucktown gang lines up—but what about Pete? He’s not red, or green, or pink, or blue. He doesn’t have a scraper or flashers. But once he makes it into the line, it’s a Trucktown parade of honks and hollers!
Jack Truck takes the lead in this Ready to Roll, calling out colors and characteristics. All the trucks of Trucktown line up when it's their turn. But what about Pete? He's not red, or green, or pink, or blue. Full color.
Jack truck takes the lead in this Ready to Roll, calling out colors and characteristics. All the trucks of Trucktown line up when it's their turn. But what about Pete? He's not red, or green, or pink, or blue. He doesn't have a scraper or flashers. Once he makes it to the line, it's a Trucktown parade of honks and hollers.
About the Author
David Shannon has written and illustrated numerous award winning picture books including Duck on a Bike, the Caldecott Honor Book No David!, How I Learned to be a Pirate, and Good Boy Fergus. He is also one of the collaborative illustrators in Jon Scieszka's Trucktown series. David lives with his wife and his daughter in Los Angeles. #1 New York Times Best Seller LOREN LONG’s illustrations have received two gold medals from the Society of Illustrators and his first picture book, Angela Johnson’s I Dream of Trains, won the Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators Golden Kite Award for Illustrations and his inspired interpretation of Walt Whitman’s When I Heard Learn’d Astronomer was a Golden Kite Honor. A much sought after editorial artist whose work has appeared in Times, Sports Illustrated, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and Atlantic Monthly, Loren is widely known for the illustrations in Madonna’s #1 New York Times Best Seller Mr. Peabody’s Apples. And Watty Piper’s The Little Engine That Could. He lives in West Chester, Ohio, with his wife, Tracy, and two young sons, Griffith and Graham.
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