Get to Work, Trucks by Don Carter

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Join eight hardworking machines for a day at the building site. Don Carter combines the irresistible lure of heavy machinery with simple learning concepts and bright dimensional art -- as vivid and appealing as the toys in the toy box.

About Don Carter

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Don Carter is the author of Get to Work Trucks, a New York Public Library "100 Best Books for Reading and Sharing" selection. He lives in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Published January 1, 2002 by Scholastic, Inc.. 24 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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And the bulldozer fills a hole.” Can’t get much more basic than that—and the best trucks are all here at the building site: dump trucks, tow trucks, cranes, rollers, and cement mixers.

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That every spread looks like a toy-enacted scenario assembled by a young construction enthusiast should give the book plenty of appeal to any aspiring hard-hatter, but Carter also adds in a nice comic touch to each spread: cameo appearances by the rescued turtle.

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