Bus Stops

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Chronicle Books, Jun 1, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 31 pages
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As a bus progresses on its route to the garage where it will park for the night, various travelers-actors, commuters, families-hop off at their stops. Readers can count along, and the text suggests different objects to pick out on each spread. Gomi's pictures are beautifully composed, with funny, peppy shapes, and use white space to carve out the horizon. With appeal for children and adults.

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About the author (1988)

Taro Gomi lives in Japan and has created more than 350 books for children, including Everyone Poops, My Friends, Spring Is Here, Scribbles, Squiggles, and Doodles.

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