A vibrant celebration of things that go, with a lively text from author Moira Butterfield and pictures from debut-talent Bryony Clarkson. Come and hitch a ride in vehicles of every shape and size - from family cars to double-decker buses, chugging tractors to speedy supercars, and gigantic monster-trucks to noisy fire engines.
They zip down the highway. They race around a track. What do you know about Cool Cars like sports cars, limos, and SUVs? With this book, you can become an expert! Kids love to be the experts! Now they can feel like real pros with this exciting nonfiction series for beginning readers.
A fascinating and engaging picture book exploring 80 exciting ways to travel, both past and present - from the obvious, to the crazy! Travel around the world by yacht, tram, train, unicycle, jetpack, camel... any way you can imagine, in this non-fiction children's book. Every mode of transport is part of a charming scene.
Hear that roar? A big aeroplane is taking off! Cargo planes carry many goods that we use. Jumbo jets carry many people. Through delightfully simple text and bright, close-up photos, beginning readers will learn about aeroplane parts, types and uses.
Jump aboard and point to the busy vehicles in this things that go baby book. Filled with cars, trucks, planes, boats, tractors, and diggers, it helps little ones learn first words and build vocabulary. Favourite vehicles are labelled on every page, and the exciting photos combined with fun illustrations provide lots to talk about, learn about, and smile...
How many types of submarines are there? What are they used for? What is it like to live in one? This exciting, fact-packed book is illustrated with fabulous photographs, diagrams and comic strips, plus fold-out pages that reveal the hidden workings of a submarine. Includes links to websites with video clips, virtual tours and more information.
Packed with trucks, cars, ships, and planes DK's The Big Noisy Book of Things That Go is filled with amazing facts for young children. Discover every type of transport imaginable in this fun, informative visual guide, from trucks and diggers to aeroplanes and trains, kids will find out all about how things go on the road, at sea and in the air.
From the first locomotive built in 1804 to the high-speed bullet train, The Big Book of Trains is the perfect book for kids who love trains. Packed with amazing facts and photographs of trains around the world, The Big Book of Trains covers the history of trains and train travel.
What is it like to fly a fighter plane? What weapons do they carry? How do pilots escape from the enemy? From the dogfights of the First World War to secret missions flown by modern fighters, this book reveals the facts about these fast, deadly machines. With photographs, detailed pictures and internet links to selected websites to find out more.
Now in picturebook format! This is an amazing tour of everything that moves in the magical world of Richard Scarry. This children's classic is bursting with all kinds of fun vehicles from the magical world of Richard Scarry. From tractors to trucks, sports cars to unicycles, and fire engines to mouse beach buggies, there's lots to see and talk about on...
The ability to read and understand informational text is the key skill for success in today's world, on and offline. Scholastic Discover More Level 1 Readers are perfectly structured for little kids starting out on their nonfiction reading journey. Favorite subjects and great pictures are combined with reading elements that aren't just set decoration -...