Where is My Truck?

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
31 Reviews
Tommy's not himself today. He's lost his T-R-U-C-K! And no matter what Mom, Dad, sis, brother, and Grandma offer, it's just not as fun as his best red truck. The family dog isn't as picky, and sharp-eyed readers will wonder what happens to the cast-off toys Bowser gets his mouth around. Meanwhile, Tommy tears through the house and yard to hilarious and poignant effect, only to discover, in a grand moment of triumph, sneaky Bowser's secret stash. Hooray! Tommy's found his T-R-U-C-K! Come on Bowser, let's go play!

A welcome addition to the community of strong-willed but endearing picture-book protagonists, Tommy proves you can be in a funk and still be a sweet kid.

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Fun, fun illustrations (David Catrow) and text! - Goodreads
Those would be some fun pictures. - Goodreads
Great illustrations highlight this fun book. - Goodreads
Nice rhyming stories and Catrow pictures to boot. - Goodreads
And the illustrations are awesome. - Goodreads
The illustrations are also so different in a good way. - Goodreads

Review: Where's My TRUCK?

User Review  - Michaela - Goodreads

Another in the Realistic-"What if" genre. Ages I'd read this for would be 3yrs. to Kindergarten. This is the story of Tommy and his beloved red truck. But, where is Tommy's red truck? No one can find ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bookishmother - Goodreads

I found the illustrations somewhat ugly and the boy's behavior whiney. His siblings try to help, and he behaves unpleasantly to them. Not one we will be reading again. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Karen Beaumont (www.karenbeaumont.com) lives in Capitola, California.

David Catrow (www.catrow.com) lives in Springfield, Ohio.

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