I Love Trucks!

I Love Trucks Vivid paintings by Shari Halpern and light verse by Philemon Sturges take readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck s special job

  • Title: I Love Trucks!
  • Author: Philemon Sturges Shari Halpern
  • ISBN: 9780060278199
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Vivid paintings by Shari Halpern and light verse by Philemon Sturges take readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck s special job.

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      Published :2018-06-08T07:30:00+00:00

    1 thought on “I Love Trucks!”

    1. This book was very, very, very weird. It had all the trucks and it was weird that the guy said I like trucks.

    2. The names of different trucks are introduced, along with illustrations of what they do, in this colorful picture book with simple text.

    3. I Love Trucks! by Philemon Sturges focuses on the roaring, rumbling world of trucks, revealing each truck's special job. The text describes what 15 trucks do. Pages before and after the main text names each truck: tractor trailer truck, tow truck, street sweeper, bulldozer, steamroller, cement mixer, backhoe, dump truck, cherry picker (aerial bucket truck), garbage truck, forklift, pumper truck, police truck, ambulance, and ice cream truck. Brief facts about each truck are give. With large font, [...]

    4. There are probably dozens of books just like this one that name different types of trucks with very simple text and pictures. My son is drawn to all things transportation, so we've read quite a few of them. This one isn't particularly memorable or notable, but it's colorful. This is one of those books that my two-year-old is happy to page through on his own without needing me to read it to him, which is nice sometimes.

    5. Very basic rhyming text introduces your child to a handful of favorite trucksmis and tow trucks, street cleaners, construction equipment, garbage truck, and ice cream truck. There are also mail trucks, armored trucks, hot dog trucks, grocery delivery trucks, pick-up trucks and a logging truck in the background illustrations.

    6. This book has great drawings and simple sentences. 2-year-old Graeme has memorized it. I liked also that it included a hot dog truck (reminiscent of the Oscar Mayer weiner mobile) in it's line of trucks.

    7. My 2 year old wasn't too into this book. He enjoyed "I Love Trains" by the same author & illustrator much more. I did enjoy the page with the cherry picker that covers two pages horizontally, a change of pace when you flip the book vertically to read the page.

    8. This book illustrates a community helpers and various transportation. A child names many of his favorite trucks and one’s most notable characteristic. I recommend this book because it takes readers through the roaring world of rumbling trucks and reveal each truck’s special job.

    9. My 2 year old son wants to read this book every night and I haven't gotten tired of it yet! The illustrations are colorful and fun. Short simple sentences are good for short attention spans ( mine and his) and also for big sis who is a new reader! Lots of different trucks too!

    10. Do toddler boys love trucks? Yes! This was a great book to share at Tiny Tots with a "I Love" theme. One boy stood right in front of the book as I read it. Simple rhyming text. If your child wants or needs more details on trucks, share the information on the front and end papers.

    11. Read at Baby Lap Time on 4/8/11: storytimesecrets/Read at Toddler Lap Time on 2/15/13: storytimesecrets/

    12. Great book for identifying different trucks to a young toddler or an easy read for a beginning reader. Illustrations are simple, flat and brightly-colored.

    13. Henry liked this one way more than I did, but I think my standards for truck books may be higher than his at this point.

    14. First time I looked at this I didn't like it near as much as Byron Barton's "Truck" - but second, third and forth go round, it's a hit each time, cause indeed Stig loves Trucks!

    15. My son loved identifying all the different trucks. I appreciated all the people of color and the women who drove the trucks. Fun for the kids to look at all those trucks!

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