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Books with title Trucks

  • Trucks

    Accord Publishing

    eBook (Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC, May 23, 2012)
    Beep, Beep! Watch as monster trucks romp over hapless cars, fire engines perform daring rescues, and dump trucks drop tons of dirt in Trucks, a high-octane adventure for the preschool crowd. It's sure to keep little truckers entertained over the long haul.
  • Go, Go, Trucks!

    Jennifer Liberts, Mike Yamada

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, May 9, 2017)
    Kids will love this simple, rhyming Step 1 reader about all kinds of trucks! A brother and sister discover all kinds of trucks as they travel through their own neighborhood, drive on a highway, and visit a county fair! Young vehicle-enthusiasts will take pride in cruising through the simple, rhyming text. Bright, bouncy art will help them along the reading journey.Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children decode the story.
  • Trucks

    Roger Priddy

    Board book (Priddy Books US, Aug. 1, 2004)
    Perfect for babies and toddlers, this sturdy board book features a wide variety of trucks from ‘big rig' to ‘snow plow'! With bright, easy-to-turn pages and a new vehicle on every page, this book is perfect for the youngest truck-lovers. The combination of colorful pictures and simple words will help to build your child's vocabulary.
  • Trucks

    Matt Mullins

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Dec. 10, 2013)
    Who can up with the idea behind the first truck? How big is the largest truck in the world? How much does it haul? The "Innovation in Transportation" book Trucks takes a look at the people and creative ideas that have changed the way we think about trucks.
  • Trucks!

    Charles Reasoner

    Board book (Little Birdie Books, May 1, 2011)
    The Big Busy Machines: Trucks! board book provides the perfect way to introduce reading in your home. Children will learn all about transportation as they follow a day in the life of a truck at work. This book engages early learners by using short, simple language and detailed illustrations. Designed to be child-friendly, this 10-page early learning resource features round corners, board book binding, and a UV varnish finish for easy clean up. Each board book measures 5.25" x 5.25" and features spacers.
  • Trucks Go:

    Steve Light

    Board book (Chronicle Books, Oct. 1, 2008)
    The garbage truck goes, "BRRRRRRRR SCREETCH BEEP-BEEP-BEEP CRUNCH CRUNCH CRUNCH"The fire engine goes, "WHEE-OOO WHEE-OOO WHEE-OOO"The cement truck goes, "VERRRRP JIGGA JIGGA VRRRRUMMMMM"Seven popular vehicles grumble, roar, and crunch their way through this very simple, graphically appealing board book. Perfect for the young truck enthusiast.
  • Trucks

    Edward Miller

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, June 16, 1997)
    Learn about all kinds of cool trucks—and lots of great places to drive them!
  • Trucks

    Sam Taplin, Dan Crisp

    Paperback (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2008)
  • Trucks

    Gail Saunders-Smith

    Paperback (Capstone Press, Sept. 1, 1998)
    Describes a variety of trucks and what they do, including garbage trucks, cement mixers, dump trucks, snow plows, tow trucks, and mail trucks.
  • Trucks


    Hardcover (USBORNE (HARPER), Aug. 16, 2001)
  • Trucks

    Stephen Krensky, Ivanke & Lola

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight, May 19, 2009)
    When the sun comes up, it’s time for all trucks to begin their day! Join them in this fun, playful Ready-to-Read as they mix, pump, and work their way through a very busy day. With beautiful illustrations by Ivanke and Lola, this is one truck book that will roll off shelves everywhere!
  • Trucks

    Jean Coppendale

    Paperback (Firefly Books, Feb. 12, 2010)
    The Mighty Machines series. Mighty machines in full color for the kids who love them. In the Mighty Machines series, vivid color photographs of machines at work jump off the page. Large type describes the machines, their parts and their uses. Glossaries explain essential terms, and suggested activities add to the fun. The big format and vibrant designs make the books perfect for kids to read alone or share with a friend. With their lively designs and topics that are always a favorite with kids, these books offer popular subject matter and excellent value. Young readers will recognize this fun selection of trucks from their everyday life and around their town. Vehicles featured include: Pickup trucks and 18-wheelers Car-carrying transporters and flatbed trucks Road trains and logging trucks Dumpers and tippers Concrete mixers and crane trucks Street cleaners, garbage trucks and snow plows Giant-wheeled monster trucks