A kindergarten-level introduction to tanker trucks, covering their purpose, where they are found, their drivers, and such defining features as their cabs, tube-shaped tanks, and trailers.
“Down by the Station” features adorable art and a repetitive verse that can go faster and faster as the train goes faster and faster along the winding tracks! “Down by the station early in the morning see the little pufferbellies all in a row. See the engine driver pull the little handle. Chug, chug. Toot, toot. Off we go!”
Dumpty the Dump Truck loves to work for his driver Joe. Nothing makes him happier than to carry a big load of rocks and dump it into a great big pile. But one day when Joe has a huge job to do, Dumpty learns that he isn’t the biggest, fastest, strongest, or the newest Dump Truck in town. This makes Dumpty sad. Find out what happens when Dumpty decides to not compare himself to others, but to work hard to get his job done. Children will learn a valuable lesson about working hard, and not comparing themselves with others. A positive ending adds interest to this adorable story and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
The pilot radios air traffic control. She steers the plane to the runway. Time for takeoff! Whether they’re delivering packages or transporting travelers, pilots are important community helpers. This book for young readers explores all that pilots do to transport everything safely through the sky.
Young readers will dive right into this exciting new title! Deep-diving Submarines introduces readers to the different parts of a submarine and explains how these vehicles move through the water.
Young readers will be pumped up to learn about different kinds of fire trucks. Fire Trucks: Racing to the Scene introduces readers to pumper trucks, ladder trucks, and other fire department vehicles. Children will enjoy learning about the different functions of each truck and the equipment on board these emergency vehicles.
Easy-to-read text and vivid photographs combine to introduce young readers to eco-friendly vehicles. This dynamic new book gives a close-up view of some of the worlds most innovative, eco-friendly rides, including three-wheeled cars, hydrogen fuel-cell busses, segway personal transporters, and electric bikes and scooters.
Childrens' imaginations will soar as they learn about different kinds of airplanes including jumbo jets, seaplanes, and stunt planes. This dynamic new book also describes the basic parts and functions of various airplanes.
An aircraft carrier is an enormous ship that acts as a runway on the water for jet aircraft to take off and land. Children will be amazed by the different kinds of ships designed to carry different kinds of aircraft, the different ways in which aircraft take off and land on carriers, and the carrier's role as a base on the water for aircraft.
Easy-to-read text and vivid photographs combine to give young readers a close-up look at different kinds of buses. Big Buses introduces children to different kinds of buses, including school buses, city buses, double-decker buses and open-top buses.
In this wonderful PreK-1 book, students will learn all about what it's like to ride on a train as well as the parts and people that make it go!
Readers follow along with an over-the-road truck driver as a young boy pretends to be a semi-truck driver hauling a load of oranges from a Florida orchard to a store across the country. Includes a glossary of truck-driving terms and an activity that lets readers practice mapping a route across a state.
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about fire engines and how they carry firefighters and their equipment to help put out fires.
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about garbage trucks and how they pick up trash in order to keep communities clean.
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about semi trucks and how they are used to haul deliveries across the country.
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about tow trucks and how they haul wrecked vehicles from accident scenes or other scenarios.
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about semi trucks that haul liquid and dry bulk
This search-and-find book invites early readers to look for new vocabulary words and pictures while giving simple facts about the role of pickup trucks in helping people haul large items.
Keep our cars and trucks running smooth! In this book, readers will meet the mechanics who work on vehicles, from cars and trucks to airplanes and big machines. Aimed at emergent readers, the text also includes vocabulary specific to this community helper's job, along with colorful action images.
Trains take you where you need to go, and they move food and other goods from one place to another. Trains are full of shapes, too, which make them fun to look at. You can find circles on the train's wheels and rectangles on the railroad tracks and railroad signs. There are even shapes at the train station. Some ceilings have circles or triangles and some floors have squares. Look inside. Can you find any more?
Who Helps Us Get Around? teaches emergent readers about the role of some important community helpers while providing them with a supportive first nonfiction reading experience. Carefully crafted text uses high-frequency words, repetitive sentence patterns, and strong visual references to support emergent readers, ensuring reading success by making sure they aren’t facing too many challenges at once. Who Helps Us Get Around? includes tools for teachers as well as introductory nonfiction features such as labels, a table of contents, words to know, and an index. Who Helps Us Get Around? is part of Jump!'s Who Helps? series.
Travel and transportation can be different in cities, suburbs, and small towns. This book encourages children to look at their communities and identify the types of transportation used to move people and goods. They will then compare and contrast how people and goods are moved in different kinds of communities, based on their locations.
In this nonfiction joyride, Bertha Benz and her sons drive across Germany in the world's first automobile. It's 1888 and Bertha Benz's husband, Karl, has invented the prototype Benz motorwagen. But the German government declares the vehicle illegal, and the church calls it the devil's work. Unbeknownst to her husband, Bertha steals away with her two sons and drives nearly one hundred miles to prove just how amazing the motorwagen is. Bertha's mechanical savvy gets the boys to Grandma's house safely, and the remarkable mother/son road trip reduces global concern about moving vehicles.
Set sail and learn the ABCs with a boat for each letter! Discover twenty-six types of vessels, from the more common -- canoe and motorboa t-- to the unusual -- umiak and Q-boat. Just like in Alphabet Trucks and Alphabet Trains, colorful art includes the letters of the alphabet hidden (and not-so-hidden) in supporting roles in the illustrations. The text features familiar as well as unusual boats from around the world, packing in tons of instant kid appeal, and upper and lowercase letters are integrated into the action of the art rather than solely in the typography. Back matter includes age-appropriate facts about each featured boat.
Guess what I am thinking. I will tell you the color and specific things about the car. Do you know what it is?