Let's Go on a Tractor
From the Series Let's Go!
Join these fabulous friends as they go on an exciting tractor ride.
“Let’s go on a tractor / All around the farm / Past the duck pond, through the fields / Behind the big red barn.”
Jump up onto a tractor and explore the farm! From meeting all the farm animals to helping grow crops, there’s no end to the excitement of this tractor ride.
This fun, rhyming book for babies and toddlers is vibrantly illustrated and includes a diverse set of characters. With lots to spot and see on every page, this is a perfect introduction to transport for 0 to 3 year-olds. You’ll want to read this book again and again!
|Publisher||New Frontier Publishing|
|Imprint||Catch a Star|
|Number of Pages||18|
Author: Rosalyn Albert
Rosalyn Albert has read thousands of stories to her daughters over the past few years, which inspired her to follow her dream of creating fun stories of her own.
Illustrator: Natalia Moore
Natalia Moore's passion for drawing has always directed her career. She taught for a short time and is now a full-time illustrator. She has illustrated more than twenty five books worldwide.
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This new board book series features a mode of transportation in each book. It encourages children to explore the great outdoors. It is a fun and engaging read, perfect for toddlers and early learners as they begin the years of discovery. The fun illustrations perfectly complement the… View available downloads →