Go! by Daniel Kirk

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Rhymes to read aloud, songs to sing along, fun for everyone! From the airplane in the sky to the freight train on the track, from fire truck on the highway to the tricycle on the sidewalk, kids love things that GO! In this fabulous book-and-CD combo, acclaimed author Daniel Kirk doesn't miss a beat! GO! is just the right mix of classic favorites and original tunes every member of the family will want to join in the fun and sing along!

About Daniel Kirk

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Daniel Kirk has written and illustrated numerous books, including "Hush, Little Alien; Bigger; Humpty Dumpty; Jack and Jill; Moondogs"; and "Snow Family". In addition he has illustrated two poetry collections; "Go!" and "Dogs Rule!"; and several titles by other authors, namely "Chugga Chugga Choo Choo" and "My Truck Is Stuck" by Kevin Lewis, and "Hello, Hello!" by Miriam Schlein. Kirk lives in New Jersey with his wife, author-illustrator Julia Gordon, and three teenage children.
Published October 1, 2001 by Disney-Hyperion. 48 pages
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No trip-ticket here: the ""town"" is a hypothetical construct, actually an excuse for demonstrating the practical applications of atomic energy.

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Transportation in its many varied forms is the theme of this song collection with an accompanying CD.

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Even evangelical Christianity, which holds marriage in high regard, has picked up on the self-fulfillment message in books like the “Christian Family Guide to Losing Weight” and Joel Osteen’s “Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps to Living at Your Full Potential.” Mr. Cherlin describes Arkansas as a deepl...

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Many obvious words in the Shatner lexicon, like “space,” “final,” “frontier,” “rocket,” and “man,” are painfully missing.

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Sacramento is home to some of the world’s strangest Star Trek tribute bands.

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