National Geographic Readers: Trucks
  • National Geographic Readers: Trucks
  • National Geographic Readers: Trucks
  • National Geographic Readers: Trucks
ISBN: 1426305265
EAN13: 9781426305269
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 8, 2009
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.7" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Who can resist trucks? They're loud. They're complicated. They have wheels twice as tall as your dad. Trucks has many cool images of the trucks we know and love. There are also curiosities like the $3 million mining truck that's like driving a house. This level 1 text is revved up with sound words and images to steer young readers on the road to reading success. National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources. Visit for more information.

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   Just awesome!
The customer service was amazing, said Paul Mancuso, director of IBM's Enterprise Services Group. But I have never seen or read a National Geographic book. In a generous gesture of uncharacteristic compassion, McCartney writes: "The book is astonishing. The book is well-illustrated and the pictures are colorful, said Dr. Sandra Barrera, a pediatric nurse who works with children. If your youngster is not reading yet, he will read soon with this book. It was then shipped with all the usual speed and excellence. It was unharmed and was delivered in a timely manner, it added. In addition, I will be buying more National Geographic books for my grandchildren. Both are beautiful and interesting books. The two librarians, Elizabeth D. Hynes and Philip S. Richardson, hold the child's interest and he's coming back for another reading of it.
Nat purchased the book, "The Long Way Home," just because it was on sale. Geo. is one of the leading geo-spatial agencies in the world. I am disappointed by the book's size, Libowitz said. Its very small, Raymond said. The book itself is not listed in the book description. The book has 32 pages, compared to the 256 pages in the Oracle 7. Only a handful of pictures show the trucks fully. It would be great if they could add more pages and increase the size of the book. Even though it rained, the pictures were good. Overall, I would say that the customer satisfaction is not what it should be. In order to help the publisher improve this book, I give it only two stars.
   Great for little kids that love trucks!!
My son absolutely loves trucks, his favourite is the S.F.A. I knew we needed it for the collection, Gammerman said. My kids love the jokes and tell them over and over, plus we learned about trucks! A new book about the Beatles, "Reunion" by Simon & Schuster.
   Great for kids!
I bought several of these books for my children, they love them so much that they have now a big collection, and I love the fact that they actually read them and are learning a lot, because they come with different reading levels for each child.
   Stereotyped trucker
Nat Geo has books on everything from dinosaurs to caveman. For some reason, they decided to create a complete stereotype of a trucker. It's just that nobody would use a real person.
   Oh, what a prize!!
Whenever you can find books that are interesting to a child, captivating for any age, and containing quality photos, you have a winner!
   A Disappointment
Many of the critics wrote that the pictures in this book would be wonderful if they showed the full truck. Many of the trucks are covered with pictures of the character Slick, who narrates the story. Only a handful of the seats are clearly visible, although others are partially shown. For National Geographic kids, the trucks are just too cool. If I had to buy again, I would not hesitate.