Garage Tales

Garage Tales Three of the best selling Ready to Rolls are bunched together for the latest Trucktown hardcover In PETE S PARTY Jack and Gabby navigate swerve curve and bounce around the roads of Trucktown until

  • Title: Garage Tales
  • Author: Jon Scieszka David Shannon Loren Long
  • ISBN: 9781442411968
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Three of the best selling Ready to Rolls are bunched together for the latest Trucktown hardcover In PETE S PARTY, Jack and Gabby navigate, swerve, curve and bounce around the roads of Trucktown until they arrive at Pete s place for a party.Max is having so much fun that he keeps getting stuck It takes all of Trucktown to get him out in UH OH, MAX Everyone s favorite iceThree of the best selling Ready to Rolls are bunched together for the latest Trucktown hardcover In PETE S PARTY, Jack and Gabby navigate, swerve, curve and bounce around the roads of Trucktown until they arrive at Pete s place for a party.Max is having so much fun that he keeps getting stuck It takes all of Trucktown to get him out in UH OH, MAX Everyone s favorite ice cream truck is doing everything he can think of to make himself dizzy Nothing seems to be working as well as he d like Izzy goes through the car wash, gets covered in suds, and spins himself in circles He gets in a tizzy, feels whizzy and fizzy, but is he ever DIZZY IZZY

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    1. One book. Three Stories. Each focusing on one/two of the special truck characters. I didn't really love any of them.Max the monster truck gets himself stuck and calls all these different people to try and help him until he realizes he should call Ted, the Tow Truck. Duh. He will remember that for next time.Two trucks are on their way to a party and they keep coming across all these weird signs. So getting there and back has turned into half the fun.The ice cream truck is having a hard time makin [...]

    2. I've got to admit that I could take or leave this book -- but my kids love it. They love the characters, the frenetic illustrations, the simple prose, and the bits of humor. Even though they have the stories memorized, they still want me to read the book to them. Hooray for snuggles and together time!

    3. This one isn't our favorite Jon Sciezska Trucktown book but my son loves the characters and he thought the Pete story was funny.

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