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Jon Scieszka's Trucktown (Ready-To-Read Jon Scieszka's Trucktown - Level 1)by Jon Scieszka
Synopses & Reviews
Trucktown gets spooky just in time for Halloween.
Rev your engines for another Ready-to-Roll in the New York Times bestselling program!
Melvin has a flat tire. When he rolls into a spooky graveyard, he finds just what he needs: a new golden one. But as soon as he puts it on, he hears a spooky voice calling after him, “Who took my golden tire?” Melvin speeds home and hides under his tarp. The ghost follows him. The spooky voice gets closer and closer. . . . Who could it be?
Melvin has a flat tire and needs a new one. He rolls into a spooky junkyard and finds just what he needs: a golden! But what happens when a junkyard ghost wants it back?
About the Author
These three award-winning, bestselling artists — and part-time grease monkeys — worked overtime to help Jon Scieszka create Trucktown. They drew, they painted, and they combined their distinct visual styles (and even wore matching coveralls) to bring the Trucktown world to life.Loren Long has received two gold medals from the Society of Illustrators. His first picture book, Angela Johnson's I Dream of Trains, won the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators' Golden Kite Award for illustrations. His interpretation of Walt Whitman's When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer won a Golden Kite Honor. He illustrated Madonna's #1 New York Times bestseller Mr. Peabody's Apples and a new edition of Watty Piper's The Little Engine That Could. He is also the illustrator of the New York Times bestselling series, Sluggers! Loren lives in West Chester, Ohio, with his wife, Tracy, and two young sons, Griffith and Graham. These three award-winning, bestselling artists — and part-time grease monkeys — worked overtime to help Jon Scieszka create Trucktown. They drew, they painted, and they combined their distinct visual styles (and even wore matching coveralls) to bring the Trucktown world to life.
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