Big Rig - A Childrens Book

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Big Rig
 written by Jamie Swenson
 illustrated by Ned Young
 Hardcover, 32 Pages
 Children Ages 3 - 5
 February 2014, $16.99

Synopsis:
Come along for the ride as Frankie the big rig truck takes us on the job, driving past kiddie cars (school buses) and land yachts (RVs). Hear the horn blow and the wipers schwat the windshield clean. But, BANG! SHHUUU! Uh-oh: a blow-out! Don't worry, a service truck saves the day so we can get the job done and make a very special delivery.


Jamie A. Swenson received her MFA from Hamline University. She works as an early literacy storyteller and librarian at the Hedberg Public Library in Janesville, Wisconsin where she shares fabulous books with children and adults.  Jamie lives with her husband, two daughters, two dogs, and one lazy cat. Jamie would love to go on a trip with a big rig like Frankie—URRRRNNNT-URRRRNNNT! Visit her online at jamieaswenson.com.

Ned Young is a self-taught painter and illustrator whose work has been published on a variety of merchandise, including prints, calendars, puzzles, mugs, and greeting cards. He is the author and illustrator of the Zoomer series. He lives in Brigham City, Utah. Visit him online at nedyoung.blogspot.com.

My Thoughts
The story is short, but the illustrations sure interested my nephew, who loves big trucks.  There are several trucks featured in the book, all which have a particular job to do each day.  Makes a good addition to the truck lovers library.  I Rated This Book:  3/5 Stars ***

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