Where’s My T-R-U-C-K?*
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A romping, rhyming read-aloud that is sure to get kids guessing, giggling, and spelling in no time. (Preschool – 2nd grade)
*T-R-U-C-K is meant to be spelled, letter by letter, when reading the text.
“From the very first spread…it’s clear that readers are in for a very funny encounter with a memorable personality.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Beaumont’s refrain promises that listeners will know how to spell “truck” by tale’s end and is perfectly paced for expressive pauses and exclamations. Catrow’s jam-packed pencil and watercolor scenes are masterworks of detail and humor. This is definitely a ‘read it again’ book.”
—School Library Journal
“Anyone who’s ever interacted with a young child who’s lost a favorite toy will immediately recognize this little boy and his single-mindedness in searching for his t-r-u-c-k. The rhythmic, rhyming text works well, especially out loud, as long as readers realize “t-r-u-c-k” means to spell out the word letter by letter.”
“The author and illustrator team of Karen Beaumont and David Catrow do very well together depicting the messy realities of childhood. Catrow’s colorfully frenetic artwork and Beaumont’s flawlessly rhyming text will have children chanting along.”
—The New York Times
Awards & Honors
2012 Selected for inclusion in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
2011 “Best of the Best” Reading List for Kids – Chicago Public Library