Trucker and Train
Trucker is big. Trucker is mighty. He is large and in charge, and he loves his place in this world. He loves to listen to the sound of his engine. He loves his big tires. And he really loves his powerful horn. But Trucker isn’t very polite to others on the road. He leaves cars and pick-up trucks and mopeds rattled and frightened in his dust. When Trucker leaves the city and goes over the mountains, he sees endless roads, but also a train pulling many cars. Trucker wants to show he can beat the powerful train and races past all the other vehicles. But Trucker sees a problem ahead. Can Trucker be responsible and do what’s right?
Author Hannah Stark has written a fun story that will delight little ones, especially those who like trucks and trains. The story has some important lessons woven in for the kiddies, but they will be so invested in the story, they won’t notice they are learning. The cartoon-like illustrations by Bob Kolar are the perfect complement to the story and give a lot of personality to the charming personified vehicles that populate the story.
This page was created by an City Book Review staff member.
|Page Count||40 pages|
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