The Bus Driver

By Todd Harris Goldman; Todd H. Doodler (Illustrator)
(Robin Corey Books, Board Book, 9780307979070, 22pp.)

Publication Date: January 8, 2013

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The Bus Driver is a clever counting book chronicling a typical day and route in a bus driver's life. Kids will love counting along from 1 to 10 as our bus driver picks up more and more passengers with different occupations from all walks of life—and then they can count down from 10 to 1 as the driver drops them off and winds down for the day.

Todd H. Doodler's engaging illustrations and rhyming text are right on the mark. Parents will enjoy reading and counting as much as their children. Come on aboard and join the fun!




About the Author

TODD H. DOODLER is the pen name for Todd H. Goldman, a well-known pop artist and founder of David & Goliath, a company that produces clothing and other merchandise that feature his designs. As a child, Todd dreamed of being a Russian figure skater. Unfortunately for Todd, he could not skate and was not Russian, so he decided to doodle instead. Though he faced discouragement from many, he was determined to turn his love of drawing into a career. Todd launched David & Goliath in 2000 to great success. Todd also sells his work as fine art. He  branched out into children's publishing in 2009 and is the author of Peas on Earth, Animal Soup, The Zoo I Drew, and the Bear in Underwear series. Todd lives in Los Angeles. 

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