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SPECIAL TOPICS: Transportation: Cars, Trucks and Trains


SPECIAL TOPICS: Transportation: Cars, Trucks and Trains

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Farmer Dale's red pickup truck book Farmer Dale's red pickup truck

Wheeler, Lisa, 1963-
E WHEELER

Brimming with raucous, rhythmic language, this exuberant story about a farmer hauling his load of hay into town, where he meets some bossy barnyard animals looking for a lift, is certain to become a read-aloud favorite.




Fire engine man book Fire engine man

Zimmerman, Andrea Griffing.
E ZIMMERM

Dressed from head to toe in special gear, the fire engine man drives his trusty fire truck to the scene and puts the fire out. It's all in a day's work for this brave firefighter. Told in simple words from a little boy's point of view, this action-packed picture book celebrates a child's world of adventure.




Giant dump trucks book Giant dump trucks

Mezzanotte, Jim.
E 629.225 MEZZANO

All about dump trucks.




Hey Mr. Choo-Choo, where are you going? book Hey Mr. Choo-Choo, where are you going?

Wickberg, Susan.
E WICKBER

A train engine hauls his cars from the city to the sea, answering questions about what he is pulling, seeing, and hearing along the way.




How to draw cars and trucks Juvenile Book How to draw cars and trucks

Court, Rob, 1956-
J 743.8962 COURT

Young artists discover tools and tips that make drawing cars and trucks a breeze. Clearly illustrated explanations of horizon lines and vanishing points help explain the concept of perspective while students learn to draw using guidelines. As their skills improve, students will see that anyone can learn to draw—it just takes practice!




I love trucks! book I love trucks!

Sturges, Philemon.
E 629.224 STURGES

From the vibrant yellow of a bulldozer to the long arm of a cherry picker, toddlers will find delight in this brightly illustrated board book featuring trucks and machinery of all kinds.




In the driver's seat book In the driver's seat

Haynes, Max.
E HAYNES

A driving lesson becomes a wild ride through countryside and city streets, with an unexpected conclusion.




Minerva Louise and the red truck book Minerva Louise and the red truck

Stoeke, Janet Morgan.
E STOEKE

Minerva Louise is back--and this time she's taking her show on the road. The intrepid but airhead hen is off on a joyride in the back of the farm's red truck. And what a lot there is to see! In her usual fashion, she mistakes golfers for farmers digging and a construction site for a playground for trucks.




My car book My car

Barton, Byron.
E BARTON

My car has wheels. My car has gas. The horn goes beep. Come take a ride.




My trucks book My trucks

Hall, Kirsten.
E HALL

While a little boy plays with his toy trucks, he imagines driving various real trucks, such as a fire engine, a farm pickup, and an ice cream wagon.




Pug in a truck book Pug in a truck

Coffelt, Nancy.
E COFFELT

From the author of "Dogs in Space" comes this lighthearted look at Pug and his friend who travel far and wide.




Rattletrap car book Rattletrap car

Root, Phyllis.
E ROOT

Various disasters threaten to stop Poppa and the children from getting to the lake in their rattletrap car, but they manage to come up with an ingenious solution to each problem.




Red truck book Red truck

Hamilton, K. R. (Kersten R.)
E HAMILTO

"Can Red Truck make it up the hill? Red Truck can! Red Truck will!

ZOOOM!

" Truck fans of all agesbut especially the littlest oneswill love cheering on the hardworking red tow truck that stars in this high energy picture book. Mighty Red Truck splashes and zooms through mud and rain to rescue a stalled school bus on the side of the road, and becomes the hero of a rainy day. Eye-popping quirky illustrations and the fast-paced rhyming text will make this truck story a fast favorite.




School buses book School buses

Manolis, Kay.
E 629.2223 MANOLIS

"Simple text and full color photographs introduce young readers to school buses. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.




Smash! mash! crash! there goes the trash! book Smash! mash! crash! there goes the trash!

Odanaka, Barbara.
E ODANAKA

Presents a rhyming imitation of all the sights and sounds of the neighborhood on trash day.




Terrific trains book Terrific trains

Mitton, Tony.
E 625.1 MITTON

Rhyming text introduces a variety of trains as they leave a station, rush along the tracks, and arrive at the platform where travelers are waiting.




Tow trucks book Tow trucks

Manolis, Kay.
E 629.225 MANOLIS

"Simple text and full color photographs introduce young readers to tow trucks. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.




Trains Juvenile Book Trains

Curlee, Lynn.
J 385.09 CURLEE

This bold and graphic look at trains and railroads by award-winning author and illustrator Lynn Curlee traces the tracks back to where they began. All aboard!




Trucks roll! book Trucks roll!

Lyon, George Ella, 1949-
E LYON

"Trucks bring ice cream.Trucks bring blocks,books and bulldozers,dolls and socks."Through mountains and flatlands, past deserts and towns, the trucks are rolling! With its rhyming text and bold illustrations, Trucks Roll! invites kids along on a day in a trucker's life and shows that many things we enjoy depend on the trucker's work.




When Daddy's truck picks me up book When Daddy's truck picks me up

Hunter, Jana Novotny.
E HUNTER

Daddy drives a big red tanker truck, and he's away on the road a lot. But once in a while, he's near enough to pick up his little boy from preschool. And today is one of those very special days! All day as he plays at school, the little boy pictures Daddy's truck making its way toward him. Meanwhile, Daddy pushes on, down the highway, over mountains, through tunnels, and uhoh--into a horrendous traffic jam! Now all the other mommies and daddies have come to pick up their kids from school. But where is Daddy?




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