To young to drive? Then be a race car crew chief in this graphic high interest book.
This charming book will be every little boys favorite as it connects their bathtub boat with the boats they see on waterways.
Tots will enjoy learning what might be inside some of the trucks they see motoring by.
Soar through clouds while flying ultralight airplanes. See upclose photos of these exciting planes.
What will you see when you take a ride with Rabbit way up high?
Learn what the all of the different rescue vehicles look like in this picture book featuring real images. Studies show that young learners find it easier to associate real-life vehicles to real images than to illustrations. From a fire truck to a Coast Guard boat, this helpful book will have children rescue ready!
By boat, bus, truck or train - how do you get around town? In this story, children will discover all kinds of transportation! Learn how to say the names of different vehicles in English!
Down, down, down. Step down below to see the world. A fantastical journey introduces young readers to subway travel. Five children pay the fare, pass through the gates, and zip through the tunnels of subway stations in ten cities around the globe. The trip around the world underscores how travel and cultural connections create community. Back matter includes information about the ten stations mentioned: Atlanta, Cairo, Chicago, London, Mexico City, Moscow, New York City, Stockholm, Tokyo, and Washington, D.C. This book is good for your brain because: Early childhood literacy, Multiculturalism, Transportation
Round and round! Up and down! All through the town! The classic children's song is now a favorite sing-along story!
From the pilot who flies her plane to the conductor who drives his train, this book will engage young learners everywhere! Children will love to learn about the different modes of transportation and look at the bright, colorful illustrations.
This book introduces readers to different methods of transportation in their communities. Whether one is taking a school bus or riding a horse, there are many different ways to get around. Readers will have opportunities to practice vocabulary terms related to transportation.