Print out your own book about modes of travel.
I’m Dirty - (ISBN: 978-0060092931)
by Kate Mcmullan
Readers learn to count as a garbage truck goes through its rounds. Lots of colorful words make reading this both a learning experience and a sensory one!
Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel - (ISBN: 978-0618737567)
by Virginia Lee Burton
Construction guy Mike’s best friend is Mary Anne, the old fashioned steam shovel. When more modern models appear on the scene, Mike finds himself and his mate out of work. Find out what happens when he makes a promise in a very small town to dig a very big hole! This classic children’s book will bring back memories for all ages.
The Pigeon Loves Things That Go! - (ISBN: 978-0786836512)
by Mo Willems
Mo Willems’ beloved pigeon tries to drive all sorts of vehicles, from an airplane, to a car, to a train. Does the pigeon who wanted to drive the bus have any more sense today? Maybe not. Enjoy this humorous tale of how a pigeon gets around.
Things That Go - (ISBN: 978-0756658410)
This soft and tactile board book should be your child’s first choice for learning about various methods of transportation. Besides hearing the words and looking at the pictures, readers get to feel the soft, pleasing textures of the pages.
This Is the Way We Go to School: A Book About Children Around the World - (ISBN: 978-0590431620)
by Edith Baer
Children in other countries travel to school in many ways. Look at the world map and read about all the interesting ways to get where you want to go. What kind of transportation would you like to try?