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A Traffic Jam Of Trucks
Little learners will soon master their colours with this new title.
On the turn of every page, they'll be excited to discover raised vehicle shapes to touch, feel and explore, and that neatly tuck into the shaped spaces on the opposite page.
In A Traffic Jam of Trucks, there are a rainbow of trucks and tractors, cars and buses too see rum-bling through this first colours book
Offering a tactile and visual experience that your child will want to repeat time and time again.
About the Author
Roger Priddy left school at 16 with just one qualificationâ€”in art. He went to Berkshire College of Art and Design and trained as an illustrator. His first job in childrenâ€™s books was working with the publisher Peter Usborne, at Usborne Publishing, and then he worked with Peter Kindersley at Dorling Kindersley, where he spent 16 years. Priddy became Creative Director of DKâ€™s Childrenâ€™s Division and was Managing Director of the childrenâ€™s mass market publisher Funfax when it was acquired by DK.
In 2000, he created Priddy Books with John Sargent at St Martinâ€™s Press to create innovative and imaginative titles for children, from first books for babies through early reference titles for older children. Since then, over 30 million copies of Roger's 200 plus books have sold worldwide, with five of his books My Big Animal, My Big Truck, Happy Baby Words, Happy Baby Colors and Puppy and Friends each selling over one million copies. He is also the author of Big Board First 100 Words; Big Board Books Colors, ABC, Numbers, and Bright Baby Noisy Monsters. His creativity has been recognized with numerous industry awards. Priddy lives in London with his wife Zena and their four children.
A Truckers Story
Meet Jack Campbell. He's a recent law school graduate. His entire life has been dedicated to this one goal. After all, it was the family business. His father and grandfather were lawyers. Everything was going along as planned. That is until his drive home from school. He casually stopped for lunch at a truck stop, as was his custom when driving home. There he started up a conversation with a man named Homer White. Homer was a truck driver. Homer told Jack about the amazing things he had seen and done while driving a truck. To a young man fresh out of college, this was awe inspiring. While mesmerized by Homer's stories, Homer asked Jack, "How would you like to take the summer off and drive a truck and see this country?" That one question and Jack's acceptance changed his life forever. Don't get to thinking that you know the story already. What happens is not what you might think. It's much stranger.