Illustrations clearly demonstrate to young children with a growing sense of mobility the similarities and differences between various forms of transportation
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All 100 words in this volume are themselves modes of transportation, set forth in groupings such as "On My Own Two Feet" (walk, run, hop, crawl), "By Myself" (skateboard, tricycle), "In the City," "In the Water," "In Space," etc. By moving from child-size transports to large and loftier forms, and on to specialized vehicles found in emergency situations (an ambulance and a fire engine), and ending with machines found in an amusement park (a merry-go-round is considered transportation in this context), the organization of this story doesn't convey the information in a clear, efficient way. Brown packs each page with relentlessly cheerful people and a lot of activity for readers to pore over. Still, these 100 words won't take the place of Anne Rockwell's Things That Go. Ages 2-5.
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Book Description Harcourt Childrens Books (J), 1987. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX015200551X