This illustrated version of the traditional song expands and describes more vehicles, different locations, and their unique sounds, from puffer-billies to race cars and rockets.
Fun rhyming text and easy-to-follow descriptions of noises make this an engaging book to share with toddlers and preschoolers.
My son liked this book. He liked the rhyming text and the beautifully colored illustrations, but he especially liked all the noises you make as you read it. He tried to do the sounds with me and hummed along as I "sang" it.
I enjoyed the easy to follow story and fun rhyming text. I also really liked the illustrations. I wasnï¿½t sure how he would like it but was really glad when he brought it to me later to read again!
This is a picture-book version of the classic children's song
Making sounds is a great way to engage toddlers and preschoolers in developing their language skills. Asking "what sound does this make" also helps with object recognition, too. Rhymes make it fun to see how words can play together.
5 to 8
1 to 5
Read with a 2-year-old boy.
Buy. This is a fun book to share at home and it should be available in every library.