Bank Street Children's Book Committee's Best Books of 2013 for Children Under Five
The sounds and movements of a building’s demolition are told in poetic form. Dramatic pigmented-ink illustrations (2-5).
“Chooka chooka chooka”—the freight train goes so fast! Can the little red car win the race from Sacramento to Chicago? Engaging line drawings with watercolors (4-7).
Elephant and Piggie’s plan to take a car trip fails when they forget one crucial item. Colorful animated illustrations (4-6).
Little Tug knows what to do when the sailing ship, the speed boat, and the ocean liner need him. Simple outline drawings with dramatic backgrounds (2-5).
All aboard—including little brother. There are bridges to cross, tunnels to go through, and mountains to climb. Vivid acrylic illustrations (2-5).
Trains are always fun to see and hear, but who knew there were so many different kinds, each with its own sound? Energetic watercolor illustrations (0-3).
Touch and feel the bright and shiny machines which help build a new house. Digital illustrations. (0-2).
In rhyming text and humorous illustrations, all the surprising things this amazing machine can pick up are shown (3-5).