Safety rules are presented for playing or traveling near busy streets, and readers are taught how to alert adults in case of an emergency.
When the children on the bus get a substitute driver who they think has too many rules, they quickly learn that following rules isn't a bad idea as they get caught in a storm and Mr. Goldfluss keeps them safe until the storm passes.
The potential dangers of riding in automobiles are presented, and readers are taught about seatbelt safety and how to avoid distracting a driver.
Explore the building of the Panama Canal and America's involvement through engaging text and detailed illustrations.
This book uses simple, yet engaging syntax and colorful sketches so readers can identify with life aboard a train.
Did you know that gasoline is made from petroleum that is extracted from deep inside Earth? And that the government of Saudi Arabia owns the world's largest petroleum corporation? Read this book to find out more about how petroleum is turned into gasoline and how that gasoline ends up in the tank of cars around the world.
Tots will enjoy learning what might be inside some of the trucks they see motoring by.