Vroom! Kevin's Big Book Of Vehicles by Liesbet SlegersVroom! Kevin's Big Book Of Vehicles by Liesbet Slegers

Vroom! Kevin's Big Book Of Vehicles

IllustratorLiesbet Slegers

Hardcover | March 25, 2016

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Trucks and cars are very important in Kevin's world.He likes them all: the strong workers,like the tractor and the garbage truck; the quick helpers,like the fire engine and the police car; andthe regular road vehicles,like the car and the motorcycle. Vroom!There are lots of wheels in this big book of cars. There are also rhymes and questions to make the book really attractive to toddlers.Many young children are fascinated by vehicles, and Kevin is one of them.A lively and informative book for car lovers aged 2 1/2 and up.
Liesbet Slegers is a graphic designer, a children's book illustrator, and the author of numerous books includingEating, Funny Ears, Happy Halloween!, Move! and theKevin and Katie series.
Title:Vroom! Kevin's Big Book Of VehiclesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:56 pages, 9.75 × 10.5 × 0.47 inPublished:March 25, 2016Publisher:ClavisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1605372579

ISBN - 13:9781605372570


Editorial Reviews

Slegers provides a great interactive experience for parents and children, perfectly suited to one-on-one and small group dialogic reading. Fans of her previous work will love this title." - School Library Journal"A great book for children ages 2 and up that enjoy interactive books about transportation." - Lexington Family"A great fun and educational book. This book is engaging and entertaining and is suitable for many ages and stages. There are activities and questions to engage the kids and make them an active participant in the reading process." - Diana Hewlett, Book Reviews by Di"Whether read aloud or read themselves, this book is a wonder. I love the illustrations... .I highly recommend it for all family libraries and kindergarten or primary classrooms." - Carla Johnson-Hicks, elementary educator"A fun read but informative too - can see it being a huge hit with little boys, and girls alike." - Donna Maguire, Donna's Book Blog"A gem! One of the books my kids love, love, love... .a valuable learning experience for kids! A must-have for every 3-4 year old!" - Kersten P., educator"This book is TERRIFIC! Little ones who are interested in vehicles will love the colorful illustrations! This book also encourages general knowledge, language and concept development with its word usage and questions. I think that little ones will reread/look at this book many times and gain additional information after each reading/discussion with their adult." - I.J. Hamilton, Goodreads"The illustrations are adorable, bright, and engaging. The narration goes into child friendly detail about the purpose of all the vehicles explored. There are pages that engage the reader by asking them questions or instructing them to point out things. It also covers problem solving by asking the reader to point out what doesn't belong. Work those language skills! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and even early elementary. This is a must for any child who adores things that go vroom." - Christine Ibarra, GoodreadsPRAISE FOR LIESBET SLEGERS' KEVIN'S BIG BOOK SERIES:"If you have a young toddler and a child in elementary school, this book is sure to be a big hit with both! Slegers hits a home run with this cute story that my kids cannot seem to put down. She offers colorful and cute illustrations that are perfect for engaging this age group and taking kids through all of Kevin's very common daily activities, which leave him feeling very common emotions: happiness, anger, sadness and fear. Children need help understanding these big emotions and that theyare okay so they can accept and work through them. Slegers does just that... .Creative questions, lift-the-flaps, poems, mazes and games offer parents and teachers several simple and fun scenarios for gently guiding children through what can feel like very big emotions." - Children's Literature on KEVIN'S BIG BOOK OF THE SENSES"Helps youngsters explore their emotions with poems, lift-the-flap games, questions, and fabulous illustrations... .I love interactive books and this one definitely fits the bill... .[Slegers] has done a wonderful job exploring emotions with this book, and she does it with a character that is already well known to her readers." - CHILDREN'S AND TEEN BOOK CONNECTION on KEVIN'S BIG BOOK OF THE SENSES"A nifty bit of engineering allows the pages of this board book to slide out, revealing animals and objects hiding within... .a diverting game to discover what's hiding within the book's pages." - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY on TAKE A LOOK, BUZZ!"Belgian author/illustrator Liesbeg Slegers offers four titles to quell childhood fears. The paper-over-board books star a forthright fellow depicted in thin black line and pleasingly smudgy brushstrokes of rainbow colors." - Publishers Weekly on KEVIN GOES TO SCHOOL"... a splendid get-ready book." - Curled Up Kids on KEVIN GOES TO SCHOOL"... gives frightened children great comfort as they prepare for their first day of school." - Kaboose on KEVIN GOES TO SCHOOL"A smiling toddler makes bath time seem easy and fun in this warm board book." - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY on BATHING"Rub-a-dub-dub, see the tot in the tub. A toddler narrates his bath-time fun and shows off the everyday materials used to rinse the suds along the way. The slant on the senses encourages a dip." -Kirkus Reviews on BATHING"[Kids] are going to enjoy reading . . . about a little boy who also loves his bathtime. . . . The author makes it look like a lot of fun! This is probably my favorite book of the ones that I've seen in this series." -Jennifer Donovan, 5 MINUTES FOR BOOKS on BATHING"[This book] presents a common childhood experience through a friendly narrator who explains step-by-step what is happening. [It] will guide parents through a discussion of what to expect as they prepare and reassure their children." -School Library Journal on KEVIN GOES TO THE HOSPITAL"Blossoming foodies will enjoy learning about activity behind the scenes in a high-end restaurant." - KIRKUS on CHEFS AND WHAT THEY DO"Slegers's characteristically vivid and whimsical illustrations bring charm to these board books. . . . These books offer just the right balance of comfort and excitement for the youngest readers." -School Library Journal on WINTER SNOW and SUMMER BEACH DAY"A sturdy knowing and naming book about a typical day from morning to night." - Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award on ME AND MY DAY"Toddlers love transportation and this is one with plenty of ways to travel with extra action slide pages. A step beyond a naming and knowing book, each illustration is named in simple language and opens to reveal hidden passengers." - Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award on TAKE A LOOK, VROOM! "