What Can A Crane Pick Up? by Dotlich Rebecca KaiWhat Can A Crane Pick Up? by Dotlich Rebecca Kai

What Can A Crane Pick Up?

byDotlich Rebecca Kai

Hardcover | December 8, 2016

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What can a crane pick up . . . a truck?  
Yes, a truck! And a truck . . . And a truck . . .         
And a railroad car, if it gets stuck.

A truck, a train,
a car, a plane
can all be lifted with a crane.


From poet Rebecca Kai Dotlich and artist Mike Lowery comes a rollicking picture book about cranes—the kind that pick things up! We start with pipes and bricks and loads of steel and then move on to funny, whimsical objects: a cow, a ferris wheel, men in business suits, and an ancient mummy's case.  

With a rhyme that begs to be read aloud again and again, and quirky, exuberant illustrations, this book is sure to delight kids and parents alike. But watch out: Cranes pick UP—that's what they do! Look out, or a crane might pick up you!
REBECCA KAI DOTLICH is a poet and picture book author whose work has been featured in numerous magazines, anthologies, and textbooks. Her books have received a number of awards including the Golden Kite Honor and a Bank Street Children's Book of the Year. She has two grown children and four grandchildren and lives in Indiana with h...
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Title:What Can A Crane Pick Up?Format:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 10.28 × 8.41 × 0.36 inPublished:December 8, 2016Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0375867260

ISBN - 13:9780375867262

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved by my 2 year old The rhymes are great and the pictures are cute. We read this multiple times a day
Date published: 2017-07-15

Editorial Reviews

Starred Review, Publishers Weekly, July 23, 2012:
“…it’s clear that this machine lives in the best of all possible worlds: where happiness is busyness, calm competence prevails, and no job is too small. Sign us up.”