Twenty Big Trucks in the Middle of the Street

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Candlewick Press, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Count the trucks getting stuck in a traffic jam in this rhythmic read-aloud sure to draw in kids who love everything on wheels.

One ice-cream truck selling everything sweet breaks down and blocks the middle of our street.
If you’re a little boy on a bike, an ice-cream truck on your street is always a welcome sight. But what if the truck breaks down and blocks the mail truck behind it (now there are two), not to mention a third truck carrying hay? One by one, trucks of all types and sizes and functions are sure to pile up behind, offering ample opportunity for ogling — and counting. And maybe the boy’s idea for putting one of the trucks to good use might even save the day!

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User Review  - nicholsm - LibraryThing

My two year old son has asked to read "trucks street" repeatedly before bed since we got it from the library two weeks ago. I have order him his own copy. A winner for truck fans! Read full review

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User Review  - Turrean - LibraryThing

If you have youngsters in your class or your home who love trucks, this is a story you must have. Twenty trucks rolling through a city neighborhood are introduced in a breezy rhyming text, accompanied ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Mark Lee is a highly regarded poet, playwright, journalist, and author of novels for adults, including The Lost Tribe and The Canal House. This is his first book for children. He lives in New York City.

Kurt Cyrus is the author-illustrator of numerous picture books and has illustrated titles for such authors as Eve Bunting, Lisa Wheeler, and M. T. Anderson. He lives in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

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