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Supertruck by Stephen Savage
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Supertruck

by Stephen Savage

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This delightful book won the Geisel Award. A story about trucks in the city - a garbage truck, a bucket truck, a fire truck and a tow truck. Who can help them when the snow makes them stuck.... Super Truck! Read along and see how the little super hero helps the the garbage truck, the bucket truck and the fire truck. No one knows who it is! A great story about jobs in the city, super heroes who might just be every day trucks. My grandson loves this book and noticed all of the details on the trucks -- color, smiles, sad faces, no color and glasses/no glasses. It was fun to talk to him about the differences between city and country, too. ( )
  Kerri.York | Aug 3, 2016 |
The garbage truck is a somewhat unnoticed part of the city, just doing his job, and taking away trash. When the city is covered in snow and vehicles are stuck though, Supertruck is there to save the day. ( )
  jmillerlits | Jul 9, 2016 |
a garbage truck by day transforms into snow plow with addition of plow. PreK-K
  suekimmel | Mar 30, 2016 |
Got requested to read this three times in a row every night for a week now by my 2 year old. I'd say it's a super book! ( )
  nicholsm | Mar 29, 2016 |
Supertruck, by Stephen Savage, follows a truck who must save a city that is in trouble after a giant snowstorm. I think that this book will be very relatable to children because it contains two of their favorite things: snow and giant trucks. The sentences are simple and short so this would be perfect for a read-aloud to young children. The illustrations are also very charming and pleasing to the eye. ( )
  mpielak | Mar 11, 2016 |
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"When the city is hit by a colossal snowstorm, only one superhero can save the day. But who is this mysterious hero, and why does he disappear once his job is done?"--

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