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The Truck Book [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Truck Book By Harry McNaught – Thomashillier.co.uk Illus in full color Stretches the definition of truck to include buses, campers, and fire engines, all meticulously illustrated School Library Journal Illus in full color Stretches the definition of truck to include buses, campers, and The Truck eBook ¼ fire engines, all meticulously illustrated School Library Journal.

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Truck Book
  • Harry McNaught
  • 10 March 2017
  • 0394837037

About the Author: Harry McNaught

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10 thoughts on “The Truck Book

  1. Bookreeper Bookreeper says:

    Nice little book showcasing various types of trucks and how they help out in the world accompanied by detailed illustrations Part of the Rand McNally Pictureback series.Look Inside This Book Here Nice little book showcasing various types of trucks and how they help out in the world accompanied by detailed illustrations Part of the Rand McNally Pictureback series.Look Inside This Book Here

  2. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    A great review of all the trucks and big vehicles buses, firetrucks that exist There is a brief history of vehicles prior to modern trucks in the book A great read full of pictures for little truck obsessed resaders

  3. Ali Book&Seaglasshunter Ali Book&Seaglasshunter says:

    Features a nice variety of trucks throughout history All the regular ones you d expect to see plus some less common trucks milk bottle shaped truck, hot dog truck, etc Great for any little ones who can t get enough of trucks.

  4. Francis S. Poesy Francis S. Poesy says:

    A little dated published in 1979 and rather liberal in what it considers trucks this is a great book for truck lovers, young and old, with now retro looking illustrations and some trucks with some very interesting jobs that I learned about for the first time Go Trucks

  5. Francisca Francisca says:

    Grandson loved it Great pictures and grandson loved it He loves all trucks and heavy equipment He is three and a half Kept his attention.

  6. Niche Niche says:

    Good pictures, but low resolutionMy son really enjoyed all the detailed pictures, but when viewed full screen they were very blurry Still kept his attention though.

  7. Mary Williams Kamp Mary Williams Kamp says:

    My 5 year old grandson, who wants to drive every vehicle he sees, enjoyed this book

  8. Sarah Lancaster Sarah Lancaster says:

    Grade K 1st Genre Informational This book is a good book to use for kids who are interested in trucks and teaches them all the different kinds

  9. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Harry McNaught, The Truck Book Random House, 1978 I had initially thought, when we picked this one up at a garage sale, it might be a little too advanced for the bean, my construction equipment obsessed two year old And he did have a few problems with attention span the first few times we attempted to get through it, but a week later and he was sitting through the whole thing, and within two weeks it had become a fixture during storytime We read it probably five nights out of seven He s ench Harry McNaught, The Truck Book Random House, 1978 I had initially thought, when we picked this one up at a garage sale, it might be a little too advanced for the bean, my construction equipment obsessed two year old And he did have a few problems with attention span the first few times we attempted to get through it, but a week later and he was sitting through the whole thing, and within two weeks it had become a fixture during storytime We read it probably five nights out of seven He s enchanted with the illustrations not only the old time trucks on the first page, which is to be expected, but for example the spread about building new roads We have to go through the picture truck by truck identifying each one before I can get round to reading the text One of the book s drawbacks the camper page does not have everything identified, making this exercise a touch difficult I flub my way through by making up names for some of the unidentified campers that I haven t actually seen on a road in a quarter century or so That parenthetical contains another thing you may find a drawback or not, depending on your perspective The book was originally published in 1978, and unless we stumbled on a first printing that isn t noted, it hasn t been updated since, so a few of the trucks presented here are archaic, and a few of them may have been concept vehicles at the time that were never put into production That said, some of the ones I ve never seen are actually really cool There s a tractor trailer like thing that can t actually be a tractor trailer, because the trailer part comprises the whole vehicle, with the tractor mounted on the underside of the trailer Looks very cramped, but otherwise pretty awesome Personally, I don t see that as a problem Then again, I was ten years old in 1978, so none of this strikes me as ancient history Younger parents may disagree, but I m just speculating there One way or the other, if your kid is one of those who thinks trucks are the cat s pyjamas, this one is bound to be a winner

  10. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This was a neat book FULL of various trucks Some smaller illustrations other trucks are the full page But each illustration has what each vehicle is actually called So you and your child can look at them all and talk about each of them.

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