Children’s Books About Trucks
How to Track a Truck by Jason Carter Eaton, illustrated by John Rocco
If you want your own truck, and why wouldn’t you, you’ll need the advice found in this helpful book! You’ll learn where each type of truck hangs out (monster trucks are in deserted, dark parking lots), how to pick a breed that’s right for you, making your truck feel at home, and naming it. A must-read for truck enthusiasts.
Mighty Truck by Chris Barton, illustrated by Troy Cummings
Clarence is struck by lightening in the car wash and develops Mighty Truck powers in this truck-filled adventure with imagination.
Old McDonald Had a Truck by Steve Goetz, illustrated by Eda Kaban
Calling all truck fans — this is the book for you! Because Old McDonald has a lot of trucks — a bulldozer, front loader, motor grader, dump truck, and more. E-I-E-I-O! This is sure to be a family favorite read and sing along book.
On the Move Knowledge You Can Touch (DK Braille) by
Tactile braille words and photographic images both pop out in this amazing nonfiction bilingual (English / Braille) children’s book.
Guinness World Records Wacky Wheels I Can Read 2
ReaD about the wildest vehicles in the world –like the largest land vehicle weighing 31.3 million pounds, the fasts motorcycle nose wheelie, the fastest motorized shopping cart that goes 70 mph, or the bicycle with wheels about 11 feet across. Whoa!!