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Pop-up Trucks by Richard Fowler

Pop-up Trucks

by Richard Fowler

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0385408625, Hardcover)

Big, beefy trucks in a big, beefy book. There are only five double-page spreads in Richard Fowler's Pop-Up Trucks--"Dump Truck," "Forklift," "Tow Truck," "Delivery Truck," and "Fire Engine"--but each one bustles industriously. The pop-up dump truck actually dumps, the moving forklift really lifts, and the delivery truck slides from one end of a row of pop-up shops to the other. The lively, colorful illustrations (both two- and three-dimensional) are surrounded by a story, so readers can perform the various activities as they are described. "Fred drives an electric counterbalance forklift. It carries loads from different places in the warehouse to the loading bay, where they are placed on special carts and wheeled into delivery vans.... Joe's delivery truck sounds an alarm when he carefully backs up to the loading bay." It's hands-on fun! An excellent addition to the library of any machine-obsessed small child. (Ages 3 to 7) --Richard Farr

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 27 Jun 2016 23:07:13 -0400)

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