We’ve found a fun round up of books featuring planes, trains, and automobiles. Keep the kids busy with these fun books. There is a book for a kid of any age from infant through elementary school.
Rock crushers, jackhammers, and wrecking balls tear up the pages of this noisy alphabet book.
Smash! Crash! Ka-boom!
A is for Aerial lift.
B is for Backhoe.
C is for Cement Mixer.
Jerry Pallotta’s trademark humor punctuates the informative text. Vibrant oil paintings bring to life a busy construction site.
Fast and Furry Racers – The Silver Serpent Cup
Today the town of Furryville’s a very noisy place, crammed with crowds of creatures getting ready for a race. The air is filled with honking horns and engines revving up, as racers take their places for The Silver Serpent Cup. This book promotes fair play, cooperation, and fun! It’s an ideal read-aloud book with a fast-paced storyline. The book features alliterative, tongue-teasing rhyme and bright, detailed illustrations. The characters are fun from the start line to finish line. This book is published by Kane Miller EDC Publishing.
All Kinds of Cars
From Swedish illustrator Carl Johanson, this partly true, partly fictitious book is a fantastic visual collection of cars and other wacky forms of transportation. Johanson’s book identifies the ordinary along with the extraordinary – from fire engines and snow plows to galactic buses and guitar cars. All Kinds of Cars is a playful mix of existing and imaginary enjoyed by adults and children alike. This book is published by Flying Eye Books.
Little Plane Learns to Write
When Little Plane starts flight school, he loves everything about it, especially learning how to write in the sky. He loves practicing ARCS! His DIVES are terrific! But he just can’t seem to manage his LOOPITY-LOOPS – they make him dizzy!
Will Little Plane ever learn how to write? Find out in this book about a little plane with a lot of determination.
Find out what it will take to make Little Plane learn how to write in this little book about big dreams from award-winning author Stephen Savage.