Little Truck

Publisher: Chronicle Books

Review

Little Truck is speeding off on an adventure. He climbs a big hill, but begins to slow down. A push from his parent truck helps him on his way and he’s speeding ahead again. Little Truck enters a dark tunnel and the big truck isn’t sure where he has got to. The big truck finds little truck and carries him out asleep. It’s been a busy day and it’s time to go home.

This is a cute and concise story about little ones taking their first steps of independence. Little Truck is eager to get ahead but he needs the help of his ever-watchful parent when he gets tired. The simple illustrations are really effective and the text is a lovely read-aloud from the parent’s point of view. The sturdy card pages have a nice glossy finish, perfect for the tiniest readers.

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