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Books with title Things That Go

  • Blippi: Things That Go!

    Thea Feldman

    Paperback (SFI Readerlink Dist, Oct. 1, 2019)
    Preschoolers will be clamoring for this Blippi book that introduces various vehicles on the move! From all the equipment on a fire truck to the wings and wheels of a seaplane and more, there’s so much to discover with YouTube sensation Blippi! Simple text that sounds like Blippi is speaking directly to readers and full-color photos of him reacting with joy to everything he sees convey all the enthusiasm and energy of his highly viewed YouTube videos. Like the lyrics to his theme song say: “So much to learn about, it’ll make you want to shout: Blippi!”
  • Things That Go Puzzles


    Paperback (Highlights Press, Feb. 4, 2020)
    Highlights Hidden Pictures® puzzles about planes, trains and cars--now with over 280 colorful stickers!Stickers bring an exciting new element to everyone's favorite puzzle--Hidden Pictures®! This book is filled with full-color and black-and-white Hidden Pictures scenes about all kinds of transportation, along with 8 pages of vibrant stickers to mark the hidden objects. For Hidden Pictures fans of all ages, here is an unbeatable combination that makes a terrific gift!
  • Things That Go

    Max and Sid

    Board book (little bee books, Aug. 4, 2015)
    Introducing What Can You Spot? board books--a new series that allows little ones to identify different creatures and objects in their world.Children will love identifying the different vehicles on the bright and colorful pages of this adorable board book. Spot the 7 hidden vehicles on each page with over 40 shapes to choose from. The rounded corners and thick pages make this book perfect for tiny hands.
  • Things That Go

    Pamela Traynor

    language (, Dec. 5, 2016)
    TAP TAP! A FUN INTERACTIVE CONCEPT EBOOK!Things That Go is an interactive and engaging book for early readers. It combines reading readiness skills with easy identification of things that go. Children will enjoy looking at the colorful pictures as they listen to the rhyming clues. TAP TAP a picture for immediate feedback. It's like taking a virtual field trip!With vivid images and easy to read print, young learners will have fun as they develop their understanding of basic sight words, simple sentences and rhyme which are the building blocks of early literacy.Created by a teacher with over 20 years experience teaching children how to read.Look for other titles in the Read & Tap Series. Volume 1 explores Animals. Volume 3 is all about The World Outside.
  • Things That Go Away

    Beatrice Alemagna

    Hardcover (Abrams Books for Young Readers, March 24, 2020)
    A playful ode to things that come and go in life—and the one special bond that never fades There are many things that go away: leaves fall, tears dry, music lasts only for a few moments, and bubbles pop, vanishing without a trace. Everything in life passes, moves on, or transforms—except one thing that never fades. With her signature warmth, playfulness, and beautiful illustrations, Beatrice Alemagna reminds us that in a changing world, the love between parent and child remains constant.
  • Noisy Things That Go

    Libby Walden, Tiger Tales

    Board book (Tiger Tales., Sept. 4, 2018)
    Children can touch, feel, and hear the noisy vehicles of the road, rails, sea, and sky in this engaging, sturdy board book. Filled with appealing photographs, fun facts, tactile textures, and exciting vehicle sounds!
  • Things That Go

    Sachin Sachdeva

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 19, 2018)
    Things That Go (Trace and Colour) book includes variety of vehicle designs that will provide hours of tracing and coloring fun. It helps the child in developing fine motor skills and improve eye/hand coordination. It's a perfect book for parents as it help kids to boost confidence and gives them a sense of accomplishment. Enjoy more books from the Trace and Colour Book series by Sachin Sachdeva: Fairies and Ponies, Butterflies and Sea Animals.
  • Things That Go

    Baby Professor

    Paperback (Baby Professor, Aug. 15, 2015)
    Enjoy the sound of buses racing along the highway through this ingenious multi-sensory tool. When a child goes over picture books, he sees with his eyes, listens with his eyes, smells the pages with his nose and touches them with his hands. It's a multi-sensory experience that makes complex concepts become simpler. Buy a copy today!
  • Things That Go

    Smriti Prasadam-Halls, Parragon Books, Amy Cartwright

    Board book (Parragon, May 7, 2019)
    Let's explore with things that go! Look and find together with planes, trains, and automobiles...and more. There are so many things that go! Learn everyday words and phrases as you take part in lots of fun activities in your world. Tabbed pages include items to find on each page, and the sturdy cover means this book will be cherished for a long time.Bright illustrations keep your little one engaged while learning new wordsSturdy pages and cover ensure you can read together again and againFun scenes put new words and ideas into contextTabbed pages are perfect for curious little hands to turnExplore fun things that go together in this book, then take it along on your own adventures!
  • Things That Go

    Max and Sid;Frankie Jones

    Hardcover (little bee books, March 15, 1856)
    Excellent Book
  • Pop-Up Things That Go


    Board book (Igloo Books, Sept. 3, 2019)
    Can Car find out where a rumbling sound is coming from? With exciting pop-ups to discover in every scene, this playful book is packed with surprises!
  • Things That Go

    Baby Professor

    language (Baby Professor, Dec. 20, 2015)
    There is a need to capture a child's attention using appropriate themes just to get him/her to go over a book. Young children are at the peak of language development, and picture books would stimulate that part of the brain. The verbal and visual nature of the book will prove to be more than enough to secure adequate brain development. Buy a copy now!