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Planes Board Book (Byron Board Books)

by Byron Barton

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This book talks about different planes and what they do.
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  TUCC | May 8, 2018 |
Age: 3-5 Source: Pierce County Library
  fdaniels | Aug 8, 2015 |
Lap book, board book with colorful pictures, all out different types of planes and describing what they do.
Source: My personal collection
Ages: 2-4
  Miss_Tonya | Oct 28, 2013 |
Great book for young children to learn about different types of airplanes, also a great tool for the ones that never experience to flight in an airplane before.
Age group : 3 and up
Source : ECE
  marita65 | May 9, 2013 |
A small and simple book that nonetheless is appealing in its bright, cartoon-like illustrations and the subject matter. Barton has made his place in the children's book world exploring various forms of transportation, from planes to trains, and kids love that topic. This board book is about planes. As with other books by the author, the sentences are simple and work primarily to label and explain the picture. The book begins with examples of several different types of planes - seaplanes, crop dusting planes, planes that write messages- and then settles on the jet plane. With the jet plane, Barton shows a close-up of the functions and maintenance of a plane, such as the passengers that travel on it, or the control tower that regulates it. On the last page we watch the plane disappearing into the sky. This board book is similar to the picture book Barton wrote, Airport, but with simpler illustrations, less text, and a focus on the planes themselves rather than the airport and traveling by plane. I still recommend it as a good introduction to planes for toddlers, and especially useful if you plan on traveling by plane with such a small child, to prepare her for the trip. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0694011665, Board book)

Children explore the many ways we use airplanes, from seaplanes to crop dusters to planes that write messages in the sky. This very simple picture book about transportation 'will delight the youngest, and have enough meat for older preschoolers and beginning readers.' -- K.

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Brief text and illustrations present a variety of airplanes and what they do.

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