Miles to Go

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Candlewick Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
9 Reviews
Hop in! Neon-bright illustrations depict a delightfully single-minded little driver sure to have readers clamoring to come along for the ride.

"Another day, another drive . . ." So declares Miles, preschooler and car enthusiast. He puts on his seatbelt. Check. He cranks the key. Check. Uh-oh, the horn is broken, but no time to fix it, becauseó"gotta go!"óMiles is off to school, zigging and zagging past sisterís trike and brotherís truck. The trip is adventurous indeed, with the neighborhood dog to greet, puddles to navigate, even roads to cross (with Mom close at hand, of course). Jamie Harperís adorable, energetic illustrations and wonderfully childlike sensibility will appeal to every busy little kid who loves things that go.
  

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User Review  - Tam - Goodreads

My 4-year-old LOVES everything about cars and this is his new favorite book! As a parent, I thought it was pretty cute too. The inside cover is a map with arrows pointing from Miles' home to his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Burbank Library Children's Department - Goodreads

This adorable parody of a grownup commute follows Miles's journey to school. Fans of things that "go" will love Miles's detailed use of his vehicle and may even want to try out some of Miles's antics themselves! AR 1.0 Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jamie Harper is the author-illustrator of MISS MINGO AND THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL and MISS MINGO AND THE FIRE DRILL, as well as the Baby Bundt books. She lives outside of Boston.

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