Hansel and Diesel by David Gordon

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Synopsis

"Guzzle, guzzle, drip and drool, who is drinking all my fuel?"

When Hansel and Diesel set out to search for fuel in their junkyard, they leave a path of nuts and bolts behind to show their way home. But when snow falls and they get lost, brother and sister truck have to fight the Wicked Winch all by themselves -- until their parents find the trail in the melting snow. David Gordon's twist on the traditional Brothers Grimm tale shows the importance of family and caring for those you love.

 

About David Gordon

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K. C. Olson is a children's librarian in the Midwest. The inspiration for this book came from her son, who taught her everything she knows about construction equipment and whose sandbox, unfortunately, isn't nearly large enough. This is Ms. Olson's first book. David Gordon has done conceptual work for the Pixar/Disney blockbusters "Toy Story, Toy Story II," and "A Bug's Life," He has also illustrated a book and done work for numerous magazines. An avid fan of all kinds of trucks, he lives in New York.
 
Published August 1, 2006 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.