Synopses & Reviews
Some children walk to school; others ride a bus. Children go by ferry in New York, vaporetto in Italy, trolley car in San Francisco, and helicopter in the Alaskan Tundra. With fun-filled rhymes and colorful illustrations, children will discover just how much fun getting to school can be.
"This book deserves a prominent place at home, at schools, and in the library because the total result is an ultimate example of excellence in education." School Library Journal
Describes, in text and illustrations, the many different modes of transportation children all over the world use to get to school.
About the Author
Baer was born in Germany and came to the U.S. in 1940 in her teens. She earned a bachelor's degree in English literature, and then a master's degree in library services from Rutgers University.