Best Kids Books About Tractor
17 Amazing Books for Your Child Who Loves Tractors
These books are so fun. Many of them tell about the job of each different kind of tractor. Your child can learn the names of the trucks and tractors too.
I wrote this book off when I first read it, but my son immediately took to it. He asked to read it over and over again. I found that with each iteration I actually enjoyed the book more and more (which is untrue of many books). The story follows a cheerful McToad who goes to great lengths to mow Tiny Island each Thursday. To reach the island he must transport his lawnmower by airplane, boat, helicopter, and train which seems like a great deal of effort, but not for McToad who seems to enjoy every minute of the journey.
Every Thursday, as a break from mowing Big Island, McToad and his tractor make their way to Tiny Island, using various modes of transportation and types of machinery to get there and back.
The #1 New York Times bestseller As the sun sets behind the big construction site, all the hardworking trucks get ready to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer, and Excavator finish their work and lie down to rest—so they'll be ready for another day of rough and tough construction play! With irresistible artwork by best-selling illustrator Tom Lichtenheld and sweet, rhyming text, this book will have truck lovers of all ages begging for more.
Otis and his farm friends love to play hide-and-seek. Otis especially loves to be “It,” finding his friends as they hide. Yet when the newest addition to the farm—a bounding puppy who can’t sit still and has a habit of licking faces—tries to hide, he finds his attention wandering and is soon lost in the forest. Night falls and Otis, knowing his new friend is afraid of the dark, sets out to find him. There’s just one problem: Otis is also afraid of the dark. His friend is alone and in need, though, so Otis takes a deep breath, counts to ten, and sets off on a different game of hide-and-seek. From the critically-acclaimed illustrator of The Little Engine that Could, Of Thee I Sing, and Otis.
A whimsical bedtime series by the author of How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth pairs fun-filled rhymes and exuberant illustrations that invite little dreamers to wish their favorite things a sweet goodnight.
Getting to dreamland has never been more fun with this board book version of the beloved construction bedtime tale. The bedtime rituals of these little diggers and dump trucks will be quite familar to kids saying goodnight. Young readers will surely identify with little fire engines, tractors, and monster trucks as they ask for one more story while their mommy trucks tuck them in, and their daddy trucks sing a goodnight song. Children who can't get enough of trucks and other vehicles will love Brianna Caplan Sayres things-that-go...to sleep books, including companion titles Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night, and Where Do Jet Planes Sleep at Night?
Each truck and big machine in these enticing rhyming poems is different — and little readers are invited to find a vehicle that’s like them. Sixteen boisterous, rhyming poems — each one highlighting the job and personality of a different vehicle, from a backhoe to an ambulance to a snowplow — invite young children to meet their favorite trucks face-to-face. Cheerful illustrations show each one in action, digging (or dozing, or dumping) away. Engaging visual details like an anxious turtle crossing the street just ahead of a steamroller are sure to keep preschoolers poring over the pages as they consider the question, "Trucks as far as eyes can see. . . . Which truck would you like to be?"
This book is pretty good. The farm animals get tired of Mrs. Wishy-Washy bathing them in the barn, so they decide to run away to the city. They are disappointed and worried when they find out how different the "barns" are in the city than at the farm, and they're soon put in animal jail. Thankfully, Mrs. Wishy-Washy rescues them and they realize how great their home is. This book is pretty fun, but the animals are a little mean to Mrs. Wishy-Washy.
Tired of being washed by Mrs. Wishy-Washy, a cow, pig, and duck leave her farm and head for the city.
From New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the Llama Llama books comes a new character ready to dig his way into your heart! Here come the BIG RIGS rolling down the street. Thumpa-thumpa bumpa-bumpa BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! There’s Loader and Dump Truck, Backhoe and Crane. They’re ready to transform a vacant lot into a neighborhood park. And who wants to help most of all? Little Excavator! But are there any jobs for someone so small? Anna Dewdney’s signature rhyming text and inviting illustrations make this a perfect read aloud for for fans of things that go!
All the vehicles and animals on Stonybrook Farm are enlisted to help build a new swimming hole for their town's residents. It is a big job, but Tractor Mac and his pals are willing to lend a hand. But a tractor named Deke thinks he can do it all by himself--and do it better than everyone else. He soon learns that a complex job is done best when each member of a team does his or her part.
Mr. Hill of Hill's Tractor Sales bets Micah's Grandpappy that his rusty old tractor won't make it through another hay season, but Micah learns that Grandpappy's tractor, like an old friend, doesn't let him down.
Open the giant fold-out pages to discover some of the biggest and most amazing tractors ever built - from the world's largest tractor to huge harvesting machines and monster polar vehicles.
A woman driving a tractor through town lets the noise drown out the comments the adults who see her make about her hair, clothing, and appearance, but does not let it stop her from interacting with a child or her own family.
What is a tractor? How fast can a tractor go? Which tractors work on a building site? My Little Book of Tractors answers all these questions and more. Simple, easy-to-understand text combines with stunning photography to provide an excellent introduction to big trucks. Perfect for reluctant readers, this book will hold the interest of young children and encourage them to find out more about these amazing vehicles.
Meet Hendrix and his friends, a group of personalised vintage tractors all getting up to their own adventures. In a series of childrens stories they'll tell you all about them!
Follow the troublesome tractor through its day. An amusing story with repeated vocabulary and bright pictures on every page, the super-size floorbook format means that everybody can read along together.
Kids who like trucks and tractors will love Total Tractor! a fun, colorful guide to farm machines, tractors, and things that go. Younger readers and even pre-readers have lots to explore in Total Tractor! thanks to detailed photography of a huge variety of tractors: from cool classics to gleaming modern machines. Color images capture all the details of the tractors, and driver's-eye view lets your child peek inside the tractors. Readers and parents can dip into Total Tractor! for a quick view of the material, or flip through the pages of this comprehensive book. With Total Tractor! there's always something new to discover!
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