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Away We Go!

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Newly mobile children love machines that go! Cars, trains, trucks, and planes. Zipping, zooming, flying. If it goes, they love it! In Away We Go! Rebecca Kai Dotlich and Dan Yaccarino make the mobile amazing with style and energy. Toddlers will be fascinated by these many modes of transportation as they, too, begin to move from place to place. Locomotion has never been ...more
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published August 22nd 2000 by HarperFestival (first published August 2000)
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May 05, 2016 Bree rated it really liked it
This is a good book about traveling for ages 2-5. The pictures clearly show the different ways of traveling and the words are simple, easy to follow and is good for an emergent reader. I used it for my Pre-K's travel theme. I would use again.
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Jan 06, 2016 Stacie Herbert rated it really liked it
This was a color and fun book to share with my two year old son. It had many different was to travel not just cars and planes, with the added bright contrasting colors we were able to practice colors as well!
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Nice rhythm for a toddler storytime.
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bright pictures, little print about things that move from wheelchairs to hot air balloons.
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Sep 13, 2012 Paula rated it really liked it
Simple rhyming text and pictures show a variety of ways people can get from one place to another.
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Rebecca is a poet and picture book author of such titles as What is Science? (a 2006 Subaru SB&F prize finalist), and Lemonade Sun (an American Booksellers "Pick of the Lists"). Her work is featured widely in poetry anthologies and textbooks. Rebecca promotes children's poetry, giving presentations and workshops to students, teachers, librarians and writers. She lives in Indiana.
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