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Bright Baby Trucks (Bright Baby)

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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.
Board Book, 26 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Priddy Books
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Jill
Author: Priddy books

Illustration: n/a

Title: bright baby trucks

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Copyright: 2004

Genre: Concept Book

Grade Level: 1 – 4 years

Lexile: n/a

Rating: 5

Summary/Reason for Rating: This concept book teaches younger children about different kinds of trucks. I rate this book a 5 because all the images are real photos of trucks, such as a big rig, fire truck, bulldozer, and a tow truck, and the simple backgrounds. I like the fact that children are exposed to real images of trucks the...more
Jessica
This book shows pictures of different trucks and puts a name with them. Each page has one truck and one name. The pages are simple enough for infants to look at and not be overwhelmed. The names of the trucks may be more advanced then what they really need to know but it is still good to introduce them and let them hear the real names of the trucks. It is a board book with easy to turn pages. I think it is a good book for infants because they can hold it and look at the pictures. It could also b...more
Asho
My aunt bought this book for me when she found out I was pregnant with a baby boy. It's a great book for a young baby because it has bright, simple pictures. The text is nothing but labels of the various types of trucks, so this isn't exactly fun for the parent to read, but I can grin and bear it because my little guy likes to look at the pictures. I imagine he'll only get more interested in it as he gets older.
Ross
Ben and I love this book (especially on the Nook where you can zoom in to see the details). Mer hates it, and would probably burn the book if it were not "stored" within a $200 device.
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Roger Priddy left school at 16 with just one qualification—in art. He went to Berkshire College of Art and Design and trained as an illustrator. His first job in children’s books was working with the publisher Peter Usborne, at Usborne Publishing, and then he worked with Peter Kindersley at Dorling Kindersley, where he spent 16 years. Priddy became Creative Director of DK’s Children’s Division and...more
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