All about different ways of getting around...including an alligartor car, and a rhinoceros car among others...
This is one book the child can sit off by themself and just peruse. There are words at each noun, teaching them the general sight of the word, if not true reading.
This is the next step past associating words with pictures and nouns.
Pages look "busy", so they can stare at the same page for half an hour without getting bored.
The only problem I had with it was it's a little large, so it wasn't be as easily portable.
This is a wonderful book for young boys or girls who are fascinated by things with wheels and things that go. Every page is full of fun and unusual vehicles driven by animals personified as community workers and laborers and businessmen and families. There are so many things to talk about on every page. Discover this book with your child. It is great for practicing language skills. There are a few lines of text on each page and a simple story line, but it isn't essential to enjoy the book, as most children would rather just talk about what they see.
Every little boy should have this book! It is my son's favorite!
Beautiful gift oversized board book.
The station wagon, the tow truck, the garbage truck and the bulldozer. Every manner of machinery that moves is riotously depicted in this classic favorite. As the pig family head to the beach for a picnic, they encounter every vehicle known, from the forklift to the locomotive, and many vehicles that are not as common, from the pumpkin car to the broom-o-cycle. Each detailed spread provides tremendous opportunity to make up stories and describe situations. Will Officer Flossy catch Dingo? Will Rollo Rabbit catch his runaway steamroller? And with literally hundreds of things to look at, youngsters will spend hours trying to find Goldbug on every page.