Now in board book! A young boy pretends to drive a train and takes his little brother along for an adventure in the mountains.There are bridges to cross, tunnels to travel through, and mountains to climb so kids can hop on board before the whistle blows.Told in simple words from a little boy's point of view, this spot-on board book celebrates a child's world of adventure and love of transportation vehicles.A Christy Ottaviano Book
Now in board book! A young boy pretends to drive a train and takes his little brother along for an adventure in the mountains.
A Bank Street Children s Best Book of the Year An endearing ode to an object of childhood fascination . . . Booklist With its bright acrylic spreads and simple text, this gently story is a pleasant addition to picture-book collections. School Library JournalPraise for "Fire Engine Man" and "Digger Man" An upbeat, affectionate book that will delight firefighter aficionados and big (and little) brothers . . . "School Library Journal on Fire Engine Man" . . . this pint-sized career guide will kindle imaginations. "Kirkus Reviews on Fire Engine Man" [A] lively, sure-to-please winner. . . . Details are perfect, down to the brothers' special bond at the end of the day. "School Library Journal on Digger Man" Truck and machinery fans will dig this. "Kirkus Reviews on Digger Man""
Andrea Zimmerman and David Clemesha have written many children's books together, including "Fire Engine Man" and "Digger Man," which received an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award. Andrea and David live in San Diego, California, with their three sons.