Item description for Big Noisy Book of Vehicles by Britta Teckentrup & Ronne Randall...
Overview Provides pictures of such vehicles as a boat, snowmobile, tricycle, and bus, in a book that includes a DVD showing over one hundred different vehicles and sound effects.
Vroom-vroom, screech, swoosh, whirr, honk! Pay attention, because an array of bright, bold, and beautiful vehicles is coming your way. Popular artist Britta Teckentrup (Big Smelly Bear) has designed a happy, lively world that's jam-packed with cars, trucks, trains, buses, boats, and flying machines of all kinds. Each colorful spread features a different environment and the forms of transport that zip through it, from bicycles on the sidewalk to rockets in outer space. As kids travel from city streets to the highway, from construction sites to the farm, they'll love the eye-catching pictures of adorable animals on skates and skateboards, at the wheel of fire engines and tractors, filing onto a jumbo jet, or enjoying a cruise on a big ship. Plus, the text is simply irresistible to read aloud, with plenty of honks, clatter-clanks, and creak-squeaks to call out. And making this package extra-wonderful: an animated (and easy-to-navigate) DVD packaged right into the front cover in a clear plastic case. It lasts a full fifteen minutes (most with a book last only five), has over 100 sound effects, and captures Britta's subtle humor and childlike sense of play.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 10" Height: 12.75" Weight: 1.24 lbs.
Release Date Sep 2, 2008
Publisher Boxer Books
ISBN 1906250146 ISBN13 9781906250140
Availability 0 units.
More About Britta Teckentrup & Ronne Randall
Britta Teckentrup is a fine artist who has written and illustrated many well-loved books for children, including Big Smelly Bear and Up & Down. Born in Hamburg, Germany, she studied at St. Martin s College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London."