Item description for DK Readers: Truck Trouble (Level 1: Beginning to Read) by Angela Royston...
Overview Describes a truck driver's rig and some of the problems he encounters as he picks up and delivers his cargo.
Publishers Description This new multi-level Eyewitness reading program uses DK's dramatic non-fiction style to entice children into reading. From ducklings and dinosaurs, to farm animals and firefighters, the subjects have been carefully chosen to appeal to beginning readers at four different reading levels. Stunning photography and simple, informative narratives ensure that even the most reluctant reader will want to learn to read while reading to learn.
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Studio: DK CHILDREN
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.78" Width: 2.07" Height: 0.09" Weight: 0.17 lbs.
Release Date Jul 6, 1998
Publisher DK Children
Series Eyewitness Readers
ISBN 0789429586 ISBN13 9780789429582
Availability 0 units.
More About Angela Royston
Angela Royston was born in 1945.
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Reviews - What do customers think about DK Readers: Truck Trouble (Level 1: Beginning to Read)?
DK does it again! Sep 19, 2007
Truck Trouble is a top-notch story for young children about the day's activities of a truck driver. Children will be captivated with the details of a driver's life, even sometimes sleeping in the little cab of his rig.
The book provides a picture dictionary review of all important terminology, and the story's end shows how John the driver's job impacts the lives of others.
John's Truck Jul 21, 2000
This is an excellent book for three and up. My son enjoys the realistic pictures and the engaging story.
Truck Trouble no trouble for little ones! Jun 19, 2000
I bought this book on a whim one year ago when my daughter was 3 years old. I wasn't sure if she would like a book about trucks. The first time I read it to her, she fell in love with it. She loves the pictures and story about the truck driver, his life in his truck (complete with bed), and his troubles on the road. I still have to read this book to her, now that she is four years old and into princess fairies. I highly recommend this book for all kids, even if you think they may not be truck lovers.