4 edition of Things that go zoom found in the catalog.
Things that go zoom
John C. Wallner
|Statement||illustrated by John Wallner ; designed by Jim Deesing.|
|Series||A PSS surprise! book|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W15939 Th 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||94171125|
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Rumble. Vroom. Zoom. Come take a journey and listen to things that go. Check out some awesome vehicles on land, underground and in the sky and learn fun facts on every page. Vroom and Zoom around as you look and listen to monster trucks, race cars, and police cars. Rumble as you listen to the garbage truck, fire truck, and subway car/5(54).
Vroom & Zoom. Discover all the things that go in this lively, interactive Flip-a-Flap book showcasing all the familiar vrooms and zooms little ones adore. From the orange dump truck navigating its way through the construction site to airplanes preparing to jet off into the sky at the airport, every page introduces a new scene and activity that /5(37).
Listen up. The sounds of the city come to life in this vivid picture book thats ready-made for repetition and perfect for preschool.
From the TING-A-LING-A-LING of an alarm clock in the morning to the RUMBLE RATTLE of the subway and the BEEEEEP-BEEEEP of the streaming traffic, all the way to the SHHHHHHHHHHHHHH hush of evening, the exciting and lively sounds of the city are/5.
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Zoom!: things that go. [Grosset & Dunlap,;] -- Using simple text and illustrations, introduces young readers to familiar vehicles and the sounds they make, including cars, trains, and planes.
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Kids--start your engines and get ready to MOVE. A car/automovil, truck/camion, train/tren, plane/avion, and other machines zoom across these pages. Twenty-six cool captioned photos in English and Spanish have preschoolers joyfully discovering new vehicles and adding to their vocabulary in two ños - enciendan sus motores y prepárate para MOVER.
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Not only is the quality of the illustration first class, but the idea of zooming (almost endlessly) in and out of a picture is superbly done.
It's full of surprises (I wont post spoilers) - suffice it to say that just as you think you've worked out what the picture is, the next level of /5().