Miles to Go

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Candlewick Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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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, because—"gotta go!"—Miles is off to school, zigging and zagging past sister’s trike and brother’s 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 Harper’s 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  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

This book proves that good things come in small packages. The opening line, "Another day, another drive," sends readers zooming off to preschool with the high-spirited Miles, feet propelling his ... 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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