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20 Big Trucks In the Middle of the Street
by Mark Lee Details
Count the trucks getting stuck in a traffic jam in this rhythmic read-aloud sure to draw in kids who love everything on wheels.
Boats : speeding! sailing! cruising!
by Patricia Hubbell Details
Illustrations and rhyming text celebrate different kinds of boats and what they can do.
Calling all Cars
by Sue Fliess Details
Explores the world of cars zipping up, down, fast, and slow.
by Lisa Wheeler Details
Illustrations and rhyming text follow dinosaurs as they race against each other in dragsters, then off-road vehicles, and finally stock cars.
Dump Truck Duck
by Megan E. Bryant Details
Dump Truck Duck honks and zooms and steers his dump truck all through the day, helping the other hardworking ducks build a new park.
Good Night, Truck
by Sally Odgers Details
A picture book about how trucks and other vehicles say good night.
Hello, Airplane!
by Bill Cotter Details
Illustrations and easy-to-read text follow an airplane as it says good-bye to the ground and hello to the sky, where it flies over a town, mountains, clouds, and people.
Poem-mobiles: crazy car poems
by J. Patrick and Douglas Florian Lewis Details
Presents thirteen poems about wacky, imaginative cars, including the "Sloppy-Floppy-Nonstop-Jalopy," the "Bathtub Limousine," and the "High Heel Car."
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
by Jane Cabrera Details
In this expansion of a familiar song, the occupants of a rowboat enjoy seeing and making the sounds of different jungle animals.
by Stephen Savage Details
When the city is hit by a colossal snowstorm, only one superhero can save the day. But who is this mysterious hero, and why does he disappear once his job is done?
Three bears in a boat
by David Soman Details
Afraid to face their mother after breaking her beautiful blue seashell, three bears set out on an high seas adventure to try to find a replacement.
Zephyr takes flight
by Steve Light Details
A little girl who loves planes is sent to her bedroom for doing a loop-de-loop off the couch and finds a secret door leading to room with real flying machines, and she sets off on an adventure.
Updated 12/10/2016
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