Trucker and Train

Hannah Stark (Author) Bob Kolar (Illustrator)
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Description

Kindness and friendship triumph over bullying in this action-packed story that's perfect for fans of Little Blue Truck and Loren Long's Otis stories, and for every vehicle-obsessed little one.

Trucker, the big rig, loves to rule the road with his size, strength, and mighty horn. The other vehicles swerve and shake as Trucker blasts past, expecting them to follow along in awe. Then Trucker meets the louder, stronger, and kinder Train. He sees how the other vehicles gleam and swoon when Train is around. And he wonders, Why don't they ever gleam at me?

Trucker just wants Train to go away . . . until a broken railroad crossing signal changes everything. Can Trucker use his size and strength for the good of his fellow vehicles before it's too late?

Perfect for fans of Little Blue Truck and Loren Long's Otis stories, Trucker and Train is a classic in the making.

Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Clarion Books
Publish Date
August 06, 2019
Pages
40
Dimensions
11.2 X 0.5 X 9.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
ISBN/EAN
9780544801813
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About the Author

Hannah Stark is a teacher in Brooklyn, NY, who loves to take road trips and train rides with her sons. This is her first book.

hannahcarinastark.com
Twitter: @teachingrightalong

Bob Kolar creates books, toys, games, and TV shows for kids. He lives in Missouri.

bobkolarbooks.com
Instagram: @bobkolar

Reviews

"Grab your CB radios and hold onto your whistle. In this battle of truck vs. train, the true winners are the readers."--Kirkus

"
With frequent onomatopoeia, debut author Stark handles Trucker's complex emotions with gentle sympathy....You don't have to rule the road to be a hero, Stark and Kolar suggest, and that's probably for the best."--Publishers Weekly

"
The relationship between the trucker and other vehicles illustrates the complex dynamic of jealousy, admiration, and friendship among peers. A wonderful and fun addition to any library collection."--School Library Journal
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