ZOOM, ZOOM, ZOOM! 10 STORYBOOK PACK OF THINGS THAT GO!
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Ten super stories about trains, planes and things that go! This super collection is sure to delight all little transport enthusiasts.
Ten book collection for $30 - just $3 per book!
- 3-5 years
- 32 pages each
- 280 x 240 (approx)
Books in set include:
Farmer John's Tractor
Farmer John’s rusty old tractor lies locked in the shed. But when a big storm causes a terrible flood, will this heap of an old tractor end up saving the day? Full of boisterous rhyming text, this is a rollicking adventure story for children 3+ years.
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive The Bus
When a bus driver takes a break in this hilarious Caldecott Honor-winning picture book, he gives the reader just one instruction: "Don't let the pigeon drive the bus!" But, boy, that pigeon tries every trick in the book to get in that driving seat: he whines, wheedles, fibs and flatters. Will you let him drive? Told entirely in speech bubbles, this brilliantly original and funny picture book demands audience participation!
"Load the dirt, load the dirt, scoop and swing and drop. Slam it down into the truck. Bump! Whump! Whop! Tip the stones, tip the stones, lift and slide and dump. Lay the groundwork for the road. Crash! Roar! Thump!" Roadworks takes the reader through all the stages of making a road; from planning to construction to driving on the finished road, the full journey is detailed for young and curious minds with a rhythmic text and bright illustrations.
Catch That Plane
Sally Sutton’s trademark rhyming text, with funky art by Sylvie Currin Koránková, makes boarding an aeroplane fun in this picture book.
Rushing to the airport, what do I see? Plane at the gate, a-ready and a-steady. I hope it’s going to wait. We’re late as late can be!
Sam Who Went To Sea
Sam, the river rat, dreams of going to sea. Day and night, whatever he is doing, his thoughts turn seawards. His neighbours tell him to think of practical matters like fixing his fence and getting his garden in order. But Sam decides to build his own boat. His neighbours are sceptical, "You'll be swallowed by a shark," they warn. By spring his boat is ready and Sam sets off on his voyage. The neighbours tell each other that that’s the last of Sam. But as they return to their vegetable patches, Sam is skimming over the wild green waves, and one day a passing seagull drops a note that reads, "Dear friends, please do not worry, I am happy. Love, Sam."
Buckle up for an exuberant ride humming with energetic rhymes and whimsical, retro art from a masterful team.
Black car, green car, nice car, mean car. Near car, far car. Whoa! Bizarre car! Ready to hit the road? Gear up for a nonstop parade of shapes, sizes, sounds, and even smells in a wild array of cars packed with big personalities, awesome features, and eccentric passengers. Driven by Peter Stein’s bouncing verse, Bob Staake’s high-powered artwork merges vibrant color and crisp, dynamic design with humor, warmth, and whimsy.
Gary the pigeon can't fly. When his racing pigeon friends head off in their travel basket, Gary stays at home. He organises his scrapbook of travel mementos and dreams about the adventures the other pigeons are having. But when Gary accidentally ends up a very long way from home, he discovers that flying is not the only way to have adventures. A story for birds who dare to dream.
And the train goes.....
All aboard the train for this cumulative picture book, full of delicious read-aloud sounds!
Join the eclectic and eccentric passengers on the train: ladies off to the races, chattering children on a school trip, business men going to the city, chickens off to market ... and all the while the train goes Clickerty Click Clickerty Clack ... Chuff Chuff Chufferty Chuff ... Woo Woooooo!
Follow the Track All The Way Back
Today is a big day for little Train ... he's going out on the track, all by himself, for the very first time!
The story of a Little Train who is going out on the track, all by himself, for the very first time! But before he goes, his mummy and daddy remind him: “When it’s time to come home, no matter how far you are, just follow the track all the way back, where we’ll be waiting.” So Little Train heads off into the unknown with a clickety-clack… But, when night falls and the track runs out, will he remember what to do?
On The Road With Mavis and Marge
A zany bunch of pals succumb to wanderlust - and get more than they bargained for. Mavis and Marge are different from other animals. They want to go a-wandering. Over the hills, across the sea, and up to the moon they go, gathering a band of free-range friends on the way. ...