picture Books About trucks
With Any Luck, I'll Drive a Truck
New York Times bestselling illustrator Mike Rex’s vivid, vehicle-filled scenes are the perfect match for this enthusiastic celebration of big rigs and big imaginations. Bulldozers and back-hoes, pavers and plows, trailers and tractors–the world is filled with so many types of trucks! Imagine the fun you could have if you could drive them all! And what if you could bring your best friends along with you? Hop along for a thrilling ride! This playful romp is sure to delight truck lovers everywhere!
Dig, Dump, Roll
Diggers, dump trucks, rollers, and more—it takes a lot of big, noisy machines to build a school! Every young child who has ever gawked at a building site will gravitate to this exciting new entry in the kid pleasing Construction Crew series.
Written and illustrated by Nathan Clement
With vibrant double-page spreads featuring a big rig at work on the road and minimal text explaining what the driver, Dad, does along the way, the audience rides along with the big red truck from morning until day’s end, when father and son are together again.
Dinotrux: Ty Finds a New Home
Written and illustrated by Margaret Green
Ty the T-Trux has to find a new home after a volcano erupts and ruins the crater he's been living in. After a long search, he finally finds the perfect place...but there's a bigger T-Trux there named D-Structs, who tries to make him leave. Can Ty convince the other Dinotrux to work together to defeat the bully? Dinotrux ©2016 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.
The Tallest Truck Gets Stuck
The warehouse is busy and there’s lots for the forklifts to do, but the Turret Truck’s wheels come off his track. He’s stuck! However, Bendy Wendy and Little Pallet Jack are quick to the rescue! A delightful rhyming story for children aged 2 to 6, with a distinctive New Zealand flavour.
The Too Little Fire Engine
Written and illustrated by Jane Flory
Discover a treasure trove of beautifully illustrated books with our new series, G+D Vintage! Featuring books from our Wonder Books line originally published in the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, there’s something for every reader in these timeless stories accompanied by classic illustrations. The little red fire engine wants a big job—but he’s quite little! After putting out small sparks at a big fire and stopping flames in a wastebasket, he realizes that he’s perfectly suited to solve little problems of all kinds.