Tonka: If I Could Drive A Mixer
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Tonka: If I Could Drive A Mixer (Tonka: If I Could Drive)

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Liana loves watching trucks at work. Her favorite truck of all is the mixer. One day while watching a mixer pour concrete at a construction site, she wonders, What if I could drive a mixer? That's when her imagination takes off, and exciting things happen! This shaped 8 x 8 storybook shows children the many jobs a mixer can do -- from mixing up concrete to helping to build...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published November 1st 2001 by Cartwheel
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I really liked it and the pictures showed how everything worked. I never knew how big concrete walls were made. It explained it clearly. When I grow up I want to drive a mixer.
The text though informative is badly crafted and boring to the nontruck fan. The big plus here is having a girl be the central character and truck fan
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Michael Teitelbaum is the author of several books for children. He lives in an 18th century home with his family in New York.
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