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National Geographic Kids Readers: Trucks (National Geographic Kids Readers: Level 1) My grandson loves all kinds of trucks and lives in the country where he sees many different kinds. Who Can Resist Trucks They Re Loud They Re Complicated They Have Wheels Twice As Tall As Your DadTrucks Has Many Cool Images Of The Trucks We Know And Love There Are Also Curiosities Like The Million Mining Truck That S Like Driving A House This Level Text Is Revved Up With Sound Words And Images To Steer Young Readers On The Road To Reading SuccessNational Geographic Supports K Educators With ELA Common Core ResourcesVisit Natgeoed Commoncore For Information My youngest loves trucks We first borrowed this book from the library and kept renewing it I knew we needed it for the collection My kids love the jokes and tell them over and over plus we learned about trucks I bought this book, just because it s from Nat Geo.I am really disappointed by the size of the book Its very small I have not noticed the size of the book specified in the details section.You will not feel like it has 32 pages Only few pictures shows the trucks fully.It should be great if they can add pages and increase the size of the book.Photos are good But in general does not get the expected satisfaction.In order to help the publisher to improve this book, I give only two stars. This is fundamentally a good book for kids My son loves reading about trucks and enjoys this book every time I read it For that alone I m tempted to give it five stars It has two drawbacks though, each of which cost it a star.First, the editors insisted on digitally adding a narrator named Slick, a guy in his late 20 s who says he drives a Big Rig Slick appears throughout the book standing in front of trucks, dancing on top of them, and generally being annoying He adds nothing to the book except a narration which is entirely unnecessary See Trucks sister volume, Caterpillar to Butterfly, for a 5 star book without adding a host, Charlie the Caterpillar Second, the author occasionally use vocabulary which is not appropriate Insisting a truck has major mojo , for example The last time I heard the word Mojo was in the second Austin Powers movie, and it didn t make any sense there either.Ultimately, Trucks is worth buying for any vehicle loving kid Aside from the usual truck types dump, garbage, fire, transport, etc., Trucks includes a page on a million dollar dump truck big enough to hold 20 school busses Any children s book that makes me stare in awe will certainly do the same thing for kids.


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