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Things That Go! (Indestructibles)
Now babies can learn all about the things that go in a book that's indestructible. With call-out identifications on each spread, Things That Go! is a vibrant introduction to those irresistible vehicles that fly, drive, sail, dig, lift, dump, and more. With almost two million copies in print, Indestructibles are the books built for the way babies read. They are 100 percent baby-proof, chew-proof, rip-proof, and drool-proof. Printed on a unique nontoxic, paperlike material that holds up to anything babies can throw at it - gumming, spilling, dragging across the floor - Indestructibles are the little books that could. They’re indestructible. And if they get dirty, just throw them in the wash.
Trains (Sticker Stories)
With 75 full-color reusable stickers, inviting scenes to decorate, and appealing, high-interest subjects, it's no wonder kids are stuck on Sticker Stories! Climb aboard! These passenger and freight trains are ready to go-speeding down the tracks, running through the city, climbing up mountains, and chugging back into the station!
You may never have heard of a lightship. Once, lightships anchored on waters across America, on the oceans and in the Great Lakes, floating where lighthouses could not be built. Smaller than most ships, but more steadfast, too, they held their spots - through calm and storm - to guide sailors toward safe waters. In these pages, one lightship and her crew (and cat) again hold their place. The crew goes again from bow to stern, from keel to mast, to run their engines, shine their lights, and sound their horns. They run the small ship that guides the large ships. They are the crew (and cat) that work to make the ocean safe, that hold their place, so other ships can sail. Come aboard!
Big construction jobs call for huge, powerful machines, but which ones are right for the job? Find out all about the fantastic machines that are used to cut stones from a quarry, pave a road, drill a giant tunnel, and build a towering skyscraper.
Vehicles (Love to Learn)
Lift the flaps in this fun first vehicles book. Learn what types of vehicles there are, like trains, rockets, submarines and so much more! Just lift the flaps to uncover new vehicles. Young children will love the bright engaging illustrations and interactive pages in Lift-the-Flap Vehicles.
On The Go
All over the world people are on the go. They travel on foot. They ride on horses, donkeys, and camels. They board trains, trolleys, and buses. They row boats, sail boats, and sometimes push their boats with poles. All over the world, people are running errands, visiting friends, working, playing, and just plain living. Join the fun!
Let's Talk About Vehicles
We ROLL on wheels! We FLOAT on water! We SKIM over ice and SOAR in the air! Popular artist Britta Teckentrup has designed a happy, lively world that's jam-packed with cars, trucks, trains, buses, boats, and flying machines. Each colorful spread introduces a new environment with the forms of transport that zip through it, and the irresistible text is perfect for reading aloud.
Looky Looky Little One Things That Go! (Looky Looky Little One)
Explore things that go in this board book for young children. This seek-and-find adventure challenges little ones to learn essential words, concepts, and skills while exploring our great, big, beautiful world!
I Love Trucks!
A child names many of his favorite trucks and each one's most notable characteristic. Ages 3 to 6.
Me and the Sky: Captain Beverley Bass, Pioneering Pilot
The groundbreaking female pilot featured in the hit Broadway musical "Come from Away" tells her story in this high-flying and inspiring picture-book autobiography!When Beverley Bass was a young girl in the late 1950s, she told her parents she wanted to fly planes--and they told her that girls couldn't be pilots. Still, they encouraged her, and brought her to a nearby airport to watch the planes take off and land.After decades of refusing to take no for an answer, in 1986 Beverley became the first female pilot promoted to captain by American Airlines and led the first all-female crewed flight shortly thereafter. Her revolutionary career became even more newsworthy when she was forced to land in the remote town of Gander, Newfoundland, on September 11, 2001, due to US airspace closures. After several days there, she flew her crew and passengers safely home.Beverley's incredible life is now immortalized in the hit Broadway musical "Come from Away." Here, discover how she went from an ambitious young girl gazing up at the sky to a groundbreaking pilot smiling down from the cockpit.
My Little Book Of Monster Trucks
Who built the first monster truck? Why did they build it? How do monster trucks perform amazing tricks? This book will answer all these questions and more, and is guaranteed to satisfy any child with a monstrous appetite for trucks!Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with exciting photography to provide a brilliant first introduction to monster trucks.This book is perfect for reluctant readers and will hold the interest of young children, encouraging them to find out more about these fascinating vehicles.
Vehicles (My First Words)
Brien, Audrey (Ilt)
Packed with over 150 playful illustrations, this first dictionary features favorite vehicles to recognize, name, and repeat. This chunky little format with rounded corners is perfect for kids on the go!
All Aboard the Voyage of Discovery
Welcome on deck of the Voyage of the Discovery! The year is 1927. Traveling on board with us is an illustrious collection of some of the greatest minds of their generation. From the fields of science, engineering, geography and history, our experts have come together to explain some of history's greatest inventions to improve communication, including the printing press, radio, telephones and television. But there’s a conundrum afoot and they need YOU to help them. Can you decipher the puzzles to solve the mystery of the missing movie? The stylish Art-Deco-inspired pages of this lavish volume are strewn with novelty ephemera, from postcards and tickets to booklets, code ciphers and maps, which bring to life the mystery as you solve the puzzles to continue your whistle-stop tour around the world. Full steam ahead for the interactive adventure of a lifetime!
Amelia Earhart: Young Aviator (Childhood Of Famous Americans)
Amelia Earhart was the first woman pilot to fly nonstop across the United States. Little did anyone know that the tomboy who loved to climb trees and ride horses would grow up to become a woman whose very name defines adventure and independence. Her fatal final flight remains a fascinating mystery to this day. Read about the early influences that shaped Amelia Earhart's extraordinary life and the remarkable woman she became.
This nonfiction ode to boats features six kinds of workers and their boats - a patrol boat, a tugboat, a car ferry, a lobster boat, a lifeboat, and a fireboat - with important parts properly labeled. The answer to each inquiring refrain lies under a gatefold, engaging the reader in an informative guessing game. With lyrical (and factual!) text by New York Times–bestselling author Toni Buzzeo, and the stylized art of Tom Froese, this sturdy board book is perfect for curious and playful young readers.
Things That Go (Life on Earth)
When was the wheel invented?How fast is a bullet train?What makes a car go?Find out in this interactive book with 100 questions and answers, and 70 lift-the-flaps to explore.Lift the flaps to look inside a car's engine, learn about farm machines, find out about aircraft, see the fastest vehicles, and take a closer at emergency vehicles, construction machinery and submarines.
Bursting with bright illustrations of tractors, trucks, diggers and emergency vehicles, busy little people will love exploring this big book of busy machines. With engaging text, action-packed scenes and delightful characters throughout, there's plenty for vehicle fans to look at, talk about and discover on every page.
I Know Things That Go: Lift-the-flap Book (Clever Questions)
How many rescue vehicles can you name? What does a snowplow look like? How do planes and helicopters fly?Find the answers to these questions and more inside this entertaining book of facts!Look under the flaps to learn more about your favorite vehicles!• Farm vehicles• Emergency vehicles• Construction trucks• Service vehicles• Subways and buses• Airplanes and helicopters• Watercrafts
All Aboard The Discovery Express: Open the Flaps and Solve the Mysteries
Welcome on board the Discovery Express! The year is 1937 and a conundrum is afoot: a professor on the verge of a brilliant discovery has disappeared. Can you help to solve the clues on this time-traveling adventure and track down the missing scientist? On your voyage, you'll travel the world, see some of the most important moments in the history of transport, meet the most brilliant engineers of all time, and ultimately unveil the design of the world’s first jet engine! With clues to solve on every page, this interactive lift-flap adventure is sure to spark the imaginations of aspiring scientists and engineers everywhere, as you travel back in time to discover the history of transport.
Big emergencies call for fast, fantastic machines, but which ones are right for the job? Find out all about the emergency machines that are used to speed to the rescue, put out fires, and save people from danger.
The Great Big Book Of Mighty Machines
The Great Big Book of Mighty Machines is one big and mighty book about the massive moving machines that kids love: monster trucks, dump trucks, fire trucks, tractors, big bikes, cranes, trains and airplanes! One big bundle of mightiness. Vivid color photographs of machines at work jump off the page. Large, easy-to-read type describes the machines, their parts and what they are used for. Red arrows point out special features. Glossaries explain essential terms, and suggested activities, like quizzes, "what to draw" and "pick the picture," add to the fun.
The Book of Space Rockets (Clever Cogz)
Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how space machines work, in this bright and fun STEM title. Cogz and his mice sidekicks, Nutty and Bolt, guide the reader through the workings of a rocket, looking closely at all the different parts and discovering information about real space missions and the spacecraft involved, including the Mars Rover and Apollo missions. Covering key STEM themes of engineering, physics, and inventions, and with a fun quiz to test young readers' knowledge, this book will get kids engaged and hands-on with learning.
Go West!: The Great North American Railroad Adventure
Hop on board for the journey of a lifetime as you head out west to Los Angeles, stopping in some of North America’s best-loved cities along the way, including New York, Buffalo, Chicago, Omaha, Denver, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, and San Francisco.Explore how the railroad shaped the nation’s history and discover some of its most iconic locomotives in this stylishly designed book by Canadian author/illustrator, Pascal Blanchet.
A Journey Through Transport
From steam engine to spaceship, tractor to tandem, take a journey into the weird and wonderful world of transportation! Travel back in time and explore the first bikes, cars, trains, and planes. Then discover shiny new modes of transport and explore the amazing ways machines transport us around today. Packed with lively illustrations and fun facts and activities plus a free fold-out poster, this delightful, informative picture book will be a brilliant addition to any bookshelf.
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