Browse all books

Books with title Let's Go for a Drive!

  • Let's Go for a Drive!

    Mo Willems

    Hardcover (Hyperion Books for Children, Oct. 2, 2012)
    Gerald is careful. Piggie is not.Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to.Gerald and Piggie are best friends.In Let's Go for a Drive! Gerald and Piggie want to hit the road! But the best-laid plans of pigs and elephants often go awry.
  • Let's Go for a Drive!

    Mo Willems

    Hardcover (Hyperion Books for Children, Oct. 2, 2012)
    Gerald is careful. Piggie is not.Piggie cannot help smiling. Gerald can.Gerald worries so that Piggie does not have to.Gerald and Piggie are best friends.In Let's Go for a Drive! Gerald and Piggie want to hit the road! But the best-laid plans of pigs and elephants often go awry.
    H
  • Let's Go for a Drive!

    Mo Willems

    Paperback (Walker Books, Oct. 6, 2016)
    Lets Go for a Drive
  • Let's Go for a Drive

    Carolyn A. Ricciardi

    language (RoseDog Books, Feb. 19, 2017)
    Let’s Go for a Drive was a book written to bring attention to the importance of driving safely. With a world absorbed with technology, it’s easy to lose focus. Teaching the basics of what to do and what we see when driving can leave a permanent, positive effect on our children. Whether it’s recognizing signs or emphasizing the importance of putting down the phone, Let’s Go for a Drive was written to instill these lessons in hopes of creating a safe environment for our future drivers.
  • Let's Go for a Drive

    Carolyn a Ricciardi

    Paperback (Rosedog Books, Feb. 1, 2017)
    Let's Go for a Drive was a book written to bring attention to the importance of driving safely. With a world absorbed with technology, it's easy to lose focus. Teaching the basics of what to do and what we see when driving can leave a permanent, positive effect on our children. Whether it's recognizing signs or emphasizing the importance of putting down the phone, Let's Go for a Drive was written to instill these lessons in hopes of creating a safe environment for our future drivers. About the Author Carolyn A. Ricciardi is a stay-at-home mother of two in West Milford, New Jersey. Her daughters, Sofia and Mia, are her life and inspiration, and her husband, Lou, has always been her biggest supporter. As a child, Carolyn's father always instilled the importance of driving safely well before she could actually drive herself. She attributes her desire to teach other children to him. Having children of her own, plus fifteen nieces and nephews, was enough motivation to start writing, but after losing her mother in a car accident, the project hit even closer to home. With this book, the author hopes to send a fun, effective message to children about the importance of driving safely.
    I
  • Let's Go For A Ride

    Suzanne Wagstaff-Gibson

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, March 9, 2017)
    Moonbeam is a New VW Convertible and is a friend of the dogs. Mama and Harve go shopping in Harve's car and leave Moonbeam in the garage with her top down. Now is the time she can take the dogs on a ride to see where Bear used to live. Come ride with them as they drive through the country side around McKinney, Texas.
    O
  • Let's Go for a Ride

    Maxwell Newhouse

    Hardcover (Tundra Books, March 7, 2006)
    They make strange noises. They belch smoke. There are far too many of them. But from the very beginning, we have always been crazy about our cars. In this visual love song to a much-maligned part of our lives, Maxwell Newhouse gives us a whimsical, quirky, and very personal history of the cars he adores. In the early days, cars were primarily a source of recreation. They shared unpaved roads with horses and wagons, and when they ran out of gas — which was often because there were few gas stations — horses had to pull them home. Driving mania soon began to shape the landscape. Cars begat gas stations, which sparked the popularity of family camping, going to the drive-in, and fast food. They even spawned bridges so that people could ford rivers in the comfort of their cars. Maxwell Newhouse has captured their spirit perfectly. Even now, when we all try to walk, use public transit, or ride bikes, there is still something thrilling in the cry, “Let’s go for a ride!”
    F
  • Number 5 Let's Go for a Drive!

    Molly Dingles

    Library Binding (dingles & company, March 15, 2004)
    Enjoy this lively, interactive introduction to the concept of the number 5 and community. Children learn for themselves where the number 5 appears in their world, and find objects with this number set while on a drive.
  • Let's Go For A Walk

    Corinna Angela Scott

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec. 3, 2018)
    Let's Go For A Walk is the story of friends and furry animal companions going on a walk that can be enjoyed by all ages.
  • Going for a Drive

    Wendy Cope, Charlotte Middleton

    Paperback (Letts, Sept. 1, 2010)
    An illustrated anthology of Wendy Cope's poems, this collection includes well-loved classics such as 'Summer Toes' and 'Into the Bathtub' as well of lots of brand-new poems which take us on a wonderful journey full of little adventures that will resonate with children everywhere.
    L
  • Let's Go for a Ride

    N. Bradley Omar, Zokeisha

    Board book (Little Simon, April 1, 1982)
    Drawings of a bicycle, a motorcycle, a car, and thirteen other vehicles. On heavy board pages.
    H
  • Let's Go For A Ride!

    Ivan Bullock

    Board book (Cooper Square Publishing Llc, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Sturdy board books filled with photographs of children and bright, bold images of animals and objects. The beginning vocabulary makes it easy for children to read along and name the things they recognize in the pictures. Crisp photographs portray a multicultural view of the world.
    J