Byron Barton introduces young readers to the fun of trucks in this bold and colorful board book With simple text and vibrant illustrations, readers will learn about a variety of trucks, including tow trucks, cement trucks, and delivery trucks Trucks Board Book will delight the youngest, and have enough meat for older preschoolers and beginning readers Kirkus Reviews.Supports the Common Core State Standards...
|Title||:||Trucks Board Book|
|Number of Pages||:||177 Pages|
|File Size||:||582 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Trucks Board Book Reviews
We love these books! So appropriate for preschoolers in toddlers!
Sturdy little board book with simple, engaging illustrations of trucks rendered in bright colors. Bought this for newborn grandson, confident that his 2-year-old big brother will enjoy "reading" it to him. Looks like it will stand up well to many years of loving attention (and teething!).
My son loves these Byron Barton transport series. We originally purchased the Planes book a couple of years ago for his first long haul flight. He was only 10 months at the time but I believed that the simple, straight forward pictures prepared him a bit. We read it for a few weeks before our trip and then each step of the way I would flip to a relevant page and point out familiar surroundings. Now that he is a toddler and is obsessed with anything on wheels, we bought the Trains and Trucks books. As he grew we were able to delve into more detail, explaining the scenes. He particularly loves the construction trucks as we have loads of construction work going on locally right now and see cement mixers and dump trucks often.
We received this book as a gift and then purchased it to give as a gift. Very cute. The illustrations are blocky and fun. Is now a staple for my baby boy gift.
Nice simple read for a toddler. My 3-year-old has liked reading it since he was 2, and still enjoys it.
My 2 year old LOVES this book. It was a hit soon after we got it from the library, so we knew it was one we'd need to buy him for his second birthday. (He requested it for weeks after it went back to the library!) Low and behold he still had most of it memorized when he opened it this afternoon. SO excited to have our own copy!
My girlfriend read this book when she was 7 and never forgot about it. She is now 21 and I bought it for her again. If a book can be that memorable to a child I think it's definitely worth it.
toddler grandson likes to have it read to him and likes the pictures.