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A rollicking, rhyming early reader about all kinds of tractors!
The team that brought you Go, Go, Cars! and Go, Go, Trucks! returns with the same vehicle-loving brother and sister duo discovering all kinds of tractors as they travel along country roads, go to the dump, and visit a farm! Young vehicle-enthusiasts will take pride in cruising through the simple, decodable text. Bright, bouncy art will help readers along the reading journey!
Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired picture clues help children decode the story.
About the Author
CANDICE RANSOM, who has never wanted to be anything besides a children's book writer, has published 110 award-winning books for children and young adults. She teaches in the children's literature program at Hollins University. Candice lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with her husband and her cat, Atticus.
MIKE YAMADA is the illustrator of Go, Go, Trucks! and Go, Go, Cars!. His bakcground encompasses film, animated movies, games, and themed spaces. He is Production Designer at Walt Disney Animation and the illustrator of several children's books. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his cat. In his spare time, he enjoys the challenge of brewing the perfect cup of coffee, reading, and writing about himself in the third person.