Boat Book (Board book)

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Boat Book (Board book)


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A bright flotilla awaits in this exciting nonfiction board book-- perfect for toddlers who love things that go, go, go!

Rowboats, canoes, sailboats, speedboats, cruise ships, submarines, tugboats, and more! Boats come in all sizes and we use them in different ways: for recreation, for transportation, and even for police work and fighting fires. Learn all about boats, how they move, and what we use them for in this sturdy, bright board book by an award-winning children's author.

Don't miss Gail Gibbons' other exciting board book transportation titles, including Trucks, Planes, and Bicycles!

Acclaimed nonfiction author Gail Gibbons "has taught more preschoolers and early readers about the world than any other children's writer-illustrator" according to The Washington Post.  These accessible, kid-friendly introductions to the world around us are now available in board-book form, simplified and formatted for the youngest readers and designed to spark their curiosity.
According to The Washington Post, Gail Gibbons "has taught more preschoolers and early readers about the world than any other children's writer-illustrator." The multi award-winning Ms. Gibbons is the author of more than 100 books for young readers, including the bestselling titles From Seed to Plant and Monarch Butterfly. Her many honors include the Regina Medal, the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Nonfiction Award and the NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book Award.
Product Details ISBN: 9780823439782
ISBN-10: 082343978X
Publisher: Holiday House
Publication Date: May 8th, 2018
Pages: 20
Language: English
"We see various kinds of sailboats and motor boats, 'boats that help us when there is trouble' (fireboats, police boats, Coast Guard boats), as well as the inevitable 'boats that carry heavy loads,' Moreover, there are sailboats racing, and speedboats racing--and they really do look it. (The Coast Guard boat is coming to rescue a woman with an overturned canoe.)"—Kirkus Reviews