Trucks to the Rescue! (Board book)

By William Low, William Low (Illustrator)

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9781627795753, 22pp.

Publication Date: August 22, 2017

List Price: 7.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

In this bright and action-packed board book, favorite trucks are here to save the day!

Whether it's a flat tire or a kitten stuck in a tree, trucks come to the rescue in this board book. Kids will love repeating the refrain "to the rescue!" with each different truck—fire truck, vacuum truck, tow truck, and more. William Low's characteristically beautiful art brings these big machines to life.



About the Author

William Low is the author and illustrator of Chinatown and Old Penn Station, as well as a four-time Silver Medal winner at the Society of Illustrators.

William Low is the author and illustrator of Chinatown and Old Penn Station, as well as a four-time Silver Medal winner at the Society of Illustrators.


Praise For Trucks to the Rescue!

"Low’s artwork is stunning, using thick brushstrokes and rich colors and shadows to re-create detailed city and suburban scenes—readers will want to linger on each spread." —School Library Journal on Trucks to the Rescue!

"Low demonstrates how five powerful trucks save the day in a richly illustrated board book with a cause-and-effect cadence. In alternating spreads, Low presents a problem (“A pipe is broken—flooded street”) then reveals the truck that can fix it (“Vacuum truck to the rescue!”) in lines that all but demand to be shouted." —Publishers Weekly on Trucks to the Rescue!

"The richly colored pages of Machines Go To Work probably could not be more exactly calibrated to entrance the vehicle-oriented, 2-to-6-year-old male demographic." — The Wall Street Journal on Machines Go To Work

"Let these machines do all the work; the reading about them is pure pleasure." —The Horn Book, starred review, on Machines Go To Work

"Thoughtful design, dynamic art, and solid information make this a standout!" —Booklist, starred review, on Machines Go To Work in the City